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Thomas Carr Howe High School
4900 Julian Avenuo
IndianapolU, IN 46201
Below: Mrs. Betsy Morse
watches Mr. UJarren Dressier
play Odysseus for Mr. Grey
Shel ton's family project film.
Foryet failure and mistakes
of the past and press forward
with a fresh enthusiasm and
confidence, knowiny you can do
it, knowiny you will do your
best and do your best not to
repeat these. Knowiny you
didn't do well academically,
foryet it; and do well this year
and forever after. Because you
were in trouble a lot before
doesn't mean you haue to
continue doiny whatever caused
you to be in trouble. R lack of
respect, an inability to see the
liyht at the end of the tunnel
does not haue to continue.
Chanye your attitude; create
your own liyht!
Look forward to yraduation,
to colleye, to traininy, to Jobs,
to a family, to whatever you
aspire to. Look forward to beiny
a valuable and responsible
adult. Don't dwell on the past
but strive to be the best you
can be, strive with ambition to
fulfill your dreams. Rfter
haviny left Howe, maybe you
could ylance back with fond
memories and recoynition of
your failures and mistakes so
that you are not destined to
Left: Hnnie Dearth perfects her I
make-up before she hits the
staye in Howe's 1994 Musical,
Below: The drill team prepares
to lead Hornet basketball fans in
a salute to our country.
Rbove: Nicole Duncan miyht look
forward in the future to a job in
make-up. Sam Hobbs yets help.
Left: Becky Meek kisses the
chopped off head of Dave
Nelson's character in the
musical, Pippin .
Right: (Left to Rigtit) Brandg
Johnson, Michael Tiernan, and
Nicole Duncan mag look forward
in the future to a career in jazz
Right: "Rainbow the Clown "
(Michael Trotter) gets a laugh
out of Mrs. Rman and her class.
Left: Mrs. B allow prepares to
transform herself into a clown
Top Left: Mr. Keuin Friedig helps
Josh Roof with a hand-prop
before the musical.
Below: Laura Keller and Amanda Young are never too Top Right: Jessica Poynter just can't wait to see what Middle Left: Some of the Cross Country Team take a
busy to help out a teacher.
happens next at the baseball game.
"breather" during one of their meets.
Above: Senior Honors students, Laura Keller, Kelly
Scott, Sam Hobbs, Nicole Duncan, Jennifer Ireland, and
Elizabeth Tull, display activities.
Left: Coach Sean Marcum, Amanda Young, and Carola
Kirsten, Howe foreign exchange student and top winner
in Cross Country, wait for wrapping in the training room.
Bottom Right: Ross Childers, Scott Childers, Lam Do,
and Patrick Page demonstrate the spirit of the football
Below: Angela Drain prepares Ben Calbert for the future
by aiding his parent at Open House.
Right: Darwin Smith and Danny Kord are hard at work
in Mr. James Komann's art class.
Bottom Left: Mr. Art Gonzalez is preparing his native
foreign language students for life after high school.
Left: The seniors say their goodbyes before they step
into the real world.
Middle Left: Jessica Hammond and Mike Tiernan think
about the future at the last dance.
Middle: Mandy Steffey, Stephanie Harris, and Sandy
Jenkins practice for their future entertainment.
Bottom Left: Herman Washington seems to enjoy the
occupation he chose after graduation.
Bottom Middle: Amy Dean plans out her future very
Bottom Right: Your education can bend you toward a
job in teaching or art as did Mr. James Lynch" s.
Looking forward without Looking Back
Far Left: The students register for the upcoming school
Left: To students observing the eclipse of the sun, this
paper could represent a key to the door of success in
Middle Left; These graduates are looking forward as an-
other chapter of their lives begins.
Middle Right: The .Student Council makes high school
Bottom Left: Aimee Zoeller looks on enthusiastically
along with Sarah Planalp, Kelly Rothwell. Julie Bridges,
and Kane Poynter at the IHSAF French Convention.
Bottom Right: The students leave school looking for-
ward to tomorrow.
Top Left: Shawn Taylor is smiling while he works on
Top Right: Carrie Brown loves to paint with different
Above: Robert Mullinex works hard on a project in art
The goals of the Art Department are to
give students at Howe High School the op-
portunity to gain knowledge and skills relat-
ing to the Fine Arts through studio and self
Students may learn aspects of drawing,
painting, three dimensional crafts construc-
tion, ceramics, jewelry making, and computer
Left: The outstanding work, done b\ our students, are
placed in the displas ing case.
.Abo\e: Michael Gamble listens to music while he draws
If you've been walking down the hall
and heard clicking and humming, you
must have been walking through the Busi-
ness Department. There you will hear the
soothing sounds of Ms. Penny McNeish
teaching her eager typing students or Mr.
John Skene instructing his accounting
classes. The department has been utilized
to aid with computer education for all
freshmen in the Freshman Family classes.
All that noi.se you hear is education in ac-
tion in the Business Department.
Top Left: Marketing Education classes get the update on
methods from Mrs. Debbie Bareford.
Top Right: Jason Caesar is "hard at work."
Above: Quinn Phelps and Tommy Brown are listening
to the teacher's announcements and checking their
Right: Jason Isenberg and Josh Hager get a head start on
their business homework.
Above: Veronica Eldridge and Kisha Cooper enjoy
Below; Mr. Robert Huggins, who used lo work in the
finance office, loves teaching English.
Middle Right: Becky Wiker and Jeremy Hayes are very
interested in English 5.
Whatever your liking is, there's some-
thing for you in the English Department.
If you like drama, the senior sponsored
play is for you. If a mixture of art, music,
and literature interests you, then Human-
ities is for you.
Even if you're just getting your required
courses, there will be something for you
in English 1-8.
The English Department plans to meet
its goals of Essential Skills, providing pro-
ficiency tests on every level of English. A
new teacher arrived, Lisa Frazer, to rescue
overcrowded classes and teacher over-
loads. Tech Prep and Freshman Families
are still being implemented successfully.
Below: Thad McKee is thinking about what Mrs.
Shirley Stephens is saying in the Freshman Family
Middle Left: Brandi Jones expands her knowledge
to prepare for her future.
Right: Grant McDonald, Whitney McDonald, Sam
Hobbs, and Becky Hicks are extremely interested in
A lot of change has taken place in the
Foreign Language Department since last
year. Former Department Head, French
and German teacher Dan Stanley retired,
and French teacher Jody George trans-
ferred to another school. Joe Vespo is the
new department head: math teacher Roxy
Watson is now teaching French in addition
to her algebra classes; and Gustavo Caliz
is a new teacher who teaches math and
Spanish. Dr. Bonnie Fisher is still teaching
Top Right: Julie Bridges, Jason Chapman. Josh
Bowhng, and Laura Keller participate in a French
Below: Former head ot the Foreign Language De-
partment, Mr Dan Stanley, gives Jason Chapman a
word of wisdom.
I 1 ■
Above: Dan Poynter, Amanda Gomez, and Grant
McDonald greet the day with a smile.
Above: Jessica Parker, Nicole Edwards, Christy Butler,
and Paul Nay are studying their work.
Ix-ft: Arnold Nelson takes a break from an exhausting
Middle: Sandra Petty is prepared for today's challenges.
Bottom Middle: David Smartz is checking Annie Bur-
ford into the Prom.
The counselors were very busy with prob-
lems like over enrollment. Some classes had
40 or more students. People were still being
enrolled after school started, but we received
new teachers, which helped a lot. Even after
the new teachers came in, the counselors had
lots of work reworking students" schedules.
■~ Above: Stella \'andi\ier starts out the da\ with a big
This year's Home Economics Department
was the source of all those aromas that drifted
down Howe's hallowed halls. The staff grew
by two as Paula McConnell and Shelly Keller
joined to help teach the different aspects of
Above: Rodney Yowell concentrates hard on his
work as does Michelle Stone.
Below; Lakesha Degraphenreed, Misty Plew, Kristy
Cloud, Shawn Cline, Jessica Brewster, and Jowanna
Hamiter pay careful attention to their teacher Mrs.
Above: Tameris Oats and Vidal Wallace create culinary
Below: Holly Stode, Mike Reed, and Brandi Martin
This year there were some new happenings in the In-
dustrial Tech Department. Mr. John Divincinzo took on
the construction lab along with his duties in the graphics
lab. Mr. Steve Tatlmger moved to the energy lab where
a new program called "Prmcipals of Technology" was
started to get Howe students more involved in the Tech
Prep classes at Howe. Mr. Dave Miller continued as De-
partment Head, and all the students had a great time
working on projects from computer design and silk
screening to casting metal.
Left: Patrick Page works on drawing pictures on the
Below: Sean Byrk, Chester Bohannaon, and Richard
Rybolt consult on an assignment in Mr. Dave Mil-
Left: James Napier and Mike Maxwell
check over their computer drawn pictures
while James Simpson and Gabriel Power
Below: Mr. John Divincenzo's class
works on a book assignment, taking a
break from the hands-on computer tech-
nology they are used to.
Right: Terrie Canady, Keith Taylor, Craig Smith, and
Albert Ellis watch the teacher put a problem on the
Above: Jimmy Vo, Tedros Andemicael, Natalie Mar-
shall work on the assignment given by Mr. Charles Wal-
Middle: Jennifer Johnson, Kenneth Combs, and class-
mate do group work in math.
Right: Jennifer Urich and Chrissy Schroeder take notes
from the board to help them when test time comes
This year the Math Department has expe-
rienced some change with new teachers and
spHt curriculum. Miss Roxy Watson has been
teaching French along with algebra. The new
teacher, Mr. Gustavo Caliz, teaches algebra
and Spanish. Two other new teachers in the
department were Shelly Reece and Stephanie
Sexton. The department has been extremely
busy with over thirty classes of algebra. Only
nine students, however, were taking calculus.
Math continued to be a part of the Freshmen
Families and Tech Prep programs. Depart-
ment members have been instituting essential
skills in all classes and have been preparing
all freshmen for the new Gateway Test.
Above: Tanya Spurgeon, Charmaine Grable, Holly
Strode, Grant McDonald, and Farrah Rooney enjoy
the Chinese experience of the Teacher's Luncheon.
Right: Lauren Arnold and Mrs. Jo Leftler search ref-
erences in the Media Center.
The Media Center, which did not ex-
perience as many changes as last year, has
had a change of staff this year. Mrs. Janet
Woods returned to replace Mr. Irvin Haas
while Mrs. Ann Boynton replaced Mrs.
Phyllis Thomas. Mrs. Woods has been
busy being in charge of WHOW. Howe"s
weekly news show, which airs before
Channel One on Fridays. Senior Ronald
Palmer serves as producer with sopho-
more Angel Schultz as assistant producer.
Other students involved is the project are
Dave Nelson, Kenny Burnett, Chad Price,
Josh Roof, Jason Smith, Jeremy Wilson,
Kelly Scott, Jessica Bell, and Heather Wil-
Above: Kanisha Amos and Turkessa Earls manage
to help clean up the Media Center after the teacher
Right: Jacob Hatton, David Unseld, Nathan Graham,
and Eric Brown do not get discouraged by technol-
ogy m the library. They have chosen books.
Top Left: Ms. Betty Woods is ready for her exercises.
Top Rigiit: Vrisha Adams and Aretha Anderson seem to
really get into their exercises.
Far Right: Senior Robin Karr, P.E. Assistant, gives a big
smile for the camera.
Right: Winning is high on Michael Cooper's priorities.
The Physical Education Department emphasizes total
fitness for life. Daily routines being followed in each
class help the student develop at his own rate. The basic
Physical Education classes are designed so that students
experience various activities and games which develop
the individual physically and socially. Participation by
each student with the idea of having "fun by participa-
tion" is the main goal.
The electives of conditioning and team sports are cho-
sen by those students who want to enhance their athletic
abilities and fitness level. These classes are physically
challenging and athletics consider them an integral part
of their development.
The Science Department, with a nev.
teacher and a lot of new technology, hoped
to help students see how science applies to
everyday lives and to improve critical think-
ing and problem solving skills. The depart-
ment hoped to achieve these goals by having
good teachers lead lots of labs and experi-
ments. Did they succeed?
Above: Shannon Hart is busy helping out in Mr. Randy
Above Right: As busy as Mr. James Yarber may be, he
always has time to help out his students in Earth Science,
kight: Joe Sullivan and Brandy Berwanger are studying
: hard for their science test.
Top Left: Mr. Paul Miller snnles proudl\ for his class.
Top Right: Sean Patton is trying hard to make the grade
in Mr. James Yarber's class
Homecoming started with "Spirit Week."
Students followed the function of the day,
dressing in colors one day, carrying stuffed
toys another, and ending with Brown and
Gold colors Friday, and observing the others
of the week. On Friday, October 7, the
Homecoming itself began with a pep session
during school time, followed by a parade at
6:30 P.M., the game with Broad Ripple, the
crowning of the queen at half time, and the
dance after the game.
Tashia Guynn was crowned Homecoming
Queen for this year, and the Hornets beat
Broad Ripple in the game 1 3 to 7.
Lett: The Golden Gals tr\' lo boost the football team's spirits during
homecoming by making supportive banners.
Above Right: Crystal Praul talks to Erin Sv^an "The Mascot" during the
Homecoming pep rally.
Below (R to L): Melissa Leverenz, Mandy Wallace, Sarah Farber, and
Jennifer Scoll show how well they can dance at the Homecoming dance.
Above: Madora Walker and Jennifer Cox escort Cheryl St. Lawrence onto the field
Left: Derrick Miichell and Mike Mundy work together to retrieve the bail and that kind
of teamwork won them the game.
Below: Ronald Palmer entertams the crowd during the pep rally with his witty sense of
Left: Barbara Parks takes a minute out of cheering to
watch the action-packed Homecoming game.
Below: Tashia Guynn flashes a huge smile after being
elected Howe's Fall Homecoming Queen for 1994.
: Below: The soccer team lends it support to the football team at
1 Bottom Left: Golden Gal, Brandy Bowen, proudly holds the foot-
:ball team's good luck charm, "DA-MAN," during the Homecom
Right: Brain Game (Left to Right): Front Row: Brandon
Spratt, Grant McDonald, Jessica Bell. Back Row: Eli-
zabeth Tull, Nicole Duncan, Aaron Springer, Laura Kell-
Left: Math Club (Left to Right): Front Row: Brandon
Spratt, Chad Price, Becky Meek. Annie Dearth, Lailee
Milam. Back Row: Jessica Bell, Trisha Wilson, Josh
Roof, Sam Hobbs, Jamie Bohannon.
Right: Academic Superbowl (Left to Right): Front Row:
Brandon Spratt, Aaron Springer, Jennifer Ireland, Josh
Roof, Annie Dearth. Middle Row: Elizabeth Tull, Trisha
Wilson, Laura Keller, Jessica Bell. Back Row: Chad
Price, Jamie Bohannon, Nicole Duncan, Kenneth Bur-
Left: Stage Crew (Left to Right): Front Row: Mike Bell,
Josh Roof, Grant McDonald, Heather Sullivan, Whitney
McDonald, Rebecca Jablonski, Dave Nelson. Second
Row: Ray Clifton, Mary Ann Richards, Jennifer Sulli-
van, Kathleen Reeves, Thomas Alexander, Lenny See-
man, Jeremy Gregory. Back Row: Ryan Adams, Kenny
Adams, Mr. Lynch.
Right: National Honor Society (Left to Right): Front
Row: Elizabeth Tull, Laura Keller, Justin Morris. Mid-
dle Row: Grant McDonald, Trisha Wilson, Nicole
Duncan. Back Row: Evelyn Keaton, Jennifer Ireland,
Jamie Bohannon, Tashia Guynn.
Left: International Club (Left to Right): Front Row: Jes-
sica Bell, Chad Price, Nicole Duncan. Laura Keller. Jus-
tin Morris, Carola Kirsten. Second Row: Becky Meek.
Annie Dearth. Elizabeth Tull. Jamie Bohannon, Josh
Roof, Sam Hobbs, Rebecca Jablonski. Third Row: Rob-
erto Rohas, Karla Caliz. Teresa Perez-Gavilan, Aster
Andemicael, Daniel Gebrekidan, Joe Vespo.
Right: Volunteer Group (Left to Right): Front Row:
Kandy Diffee, Trisha Wilson, Jamie Bohannon, Lailee
Milam. Second Row: Roberto Rohas, Justin Morris, Kar-
Left: Spellbowl (Left to Right): Front Row: Becky
Meek, Brandon Spratt, Lailee Milam. Second Row : Tns-
ha Wilson. Jamie Bohannon. Laura Keller. Elizabeth
Right: WHOW (Left to Right): Front Row: David Nel-
son, Ronald Palmer, Chad Price. Second Row: James
Smith, Jessica Bell, Kenny Burnett. Third Row: Janet
Woods, Josh Roof, Sam Hobbs.
Left: TOWER (Left to Right): Front Row: Jessica Bell,
Becky Meek, Melissa Loveless. Second Row: Annie
Dearth, Elizabeth Tull, Heidi Wurster, Lindsay Russo,
Laura Keller. Back Row: Jennifer Adkins, Sara Barnes,
Ken Burnett, Karie Poynter, Aaron Springer, Krista Lu-
cas, Shawna Rupe, Tanya Spurgeon.
Right: PEN POINTS (Left to Right): Front Row: Becky
Meek, Jessica Bell. Second Row: Laura Keller, Chad
Price, Nicole Duncan, Annie Dearth, Eli/.abeth Tull.
Third Row: Brandon Spratt, Josh Roof, Sam Hobbs.
Fourth Row: Aaron Springer, Kandy Diffee, Kenny Bur-
Left: White River Academic League (Left to Right):
Front Row: Nicole Duncan, Jessica Bell, Laura Keller.
Back Row: Brandon Spratt, Grant McDonald, Aaron
Springer, Justin Morris.
Right: Color Guard (Left to Right): Front Row: William
Nichols, Jimmy Perry, Carlissa Roark. Back Row: Rose
Yanasak, Mike Ollanketo, John Ollanketo, Scotty Jett.
Left: Staft (Lett to Right): Chad Price. James Perry.
Keonna Bullock, Brandon Spratt.
Right: Female Drill Team (Left to Right): Janelle White,
Lareina York, Ashanti Lee, Judy, Monica Spells, Isha,
Keonna Bullock, Keshia Hill, Danielle Davidson.
Left: Male Drill Team (Left to Right): Front Row: Chad
Price, Keith Young, James Perry. Back Row: William
Nichols. Mike Ollanketo. Marion Dasis. John Ollanketo.
Right: Thespians (Left to Right): Back Row: Kenneth
Burnett, Josh Roof, Sam Hobbs, Dave Nelson. Front
Row: Nicole Duncan, Annie Dearth, Laura Keller, Eli-
zabeth Tull, Brandy Johnson.
Left Rifle Team (Left to Right): Mike Ollanketo, Wil-
liam Nichols, Chad Pnce, John Ollanketo, Jimmy Perry,
Right Freshmen Football (Lett to Right) Front Row
Eddriquez Smith, Michael Cooper, Lou Brown, Damon
Hams, David Garcia, Enc Bums Second Row Frank
Johnson, Ronald Hodge, James McFarland, Chnstopher
Rios, James Benner, Chad Vann Third Row Larry
O'Connor, Patrick Chambers, Bryan Coomer, Terry
Johnson, James Patterson, Michael Ellis Last Row
James Jones, Coach Russ Tuttle, Coach Michael Hepler,
Coach Ron Bowling.
Left: COE (Left to Right): Front Row: Christina Lewis,
Misty York, Jenny Perdue, Robin Karr, Naila Kenne-
brew, Deidra Turner. Back Row: Jeremy Stewart, Ron-
ald Draine, Leonna Helton, Mrs. Yvonne Perry, Kelly
Wallace, Beth Gilpin. Not Pictured: Markita Grimes.
Right; Media Club (Left to Right): Kenneth Bemett,
Chad Price, Ronald Palmer, Marcie Calbert.
Left Mentors (Left to Right): First Row: Josh Roof, Eli-
zabeth Tull, Ronald Palmer. Second Row: Lindsay Rus-
so, Cassie Weidner, Heather Sullivan, Jamie Bohannon.
Laura Keller, Keonna Bullock, Maurice Callicotte, Mi-
chael Bryant. Third Row: Annie Dearth, Farrah Rooney,
Grant McDonald, Trisha Wilson, Linda Staples, Becky
Hicks, Shani Allen, Lakisha Earl. Fourth Row: Jamaal
Reedus, Johnie Johnson, William Davis, Andy Danmey-
er, Keith Young, Tashia Guynn, Mike Mundy, Jimmy
Quarles, William Malone. Fifth Row: Kevin Sullivan,
Mickelle Goss, Josh Morey, Karie Marsh, Nicole Dun-
cun, Gina Tetrick, Shannon Hart, Jennifer Piersall,
Rhonda Troutman, Jennifer Weaver.
Right: Success Without Drugs (Left to Right): Back
Row: Joseph Collins, Lance Huggins, Corey Fields, Ja-
son Tucher, Jamie Boyd. Fourth Row: Jack Jackson, An-
nie Burford, Karie Poynter, Robby Sheets, Carrie
Brown, Jennifer Urich. Third Row: David Keglar, Way-
ne Brown, Rebecca Hicks, Christy Butler, Kate Etychi-
son. Second Row: Josh Roof, Crystal Morelock, Sam
Hobbs, Lindsay Russo, Brandy Johnson, Lam Do, Cher-
yl St. Lawrence. First Row: Jennifer Hollenbaugh, Heidi
Wurster, Becky Meek, Jessica Bell, Amanda Young.
Left: Marketing Education (Left to Right): First Row:
Jason Carrol, Darrell Davis, Chad Price, Todd Hurt. Al-
bert Fields, Ricky Duke, Mrs. Debbie Bareford. Second
Row: Lorita Hill, Nichole Cowan, Becky Lippard, Mar-
shia Guynn, Kelly Lowe, Jamila Jones, Mickelle Goss.
Third Row: Josh Morey, Ned Maitin, Stac\ Kidwell,
Kim Watson, Christina Hoskins, Shannon Mitchell.
Mary McKinney. Fourth Row: Bnan Williams. Tamera
Boyd, Amy Deam, Doug Sims, Tamika \\'nght. Cor\
DePew, Gina Tetrick, Shannon Hart.
Below: Success Without Drugs (Left to Right): Back:
Annie Dearth, Nicole Duncan, Elizabeth Tull. Grant
McDonald. Front: Ronald Palmer. (Left out of other pic-
Above: Olivia, David, Cherish, Wanda, and Sabrina try
to do the music justice.
Far Left: Mike Olianketo enjoys playing his trumpet at
the varsity football games.
Left: Rose Yanasak and Trisha Wilson concentrate on
the music during band class.
Top: Carrie Hubbard looks really enthused about playing
at the game.
Middle Left; Jamie Bohannon conducts her way through
the class period.
Middle Right: The choir dons robes as they often do for
Right: Ronda Spratt plays the instrument with great en-
Lett: Varsity Singers (Left to Right): Front Row:
Dave Nelson, Catiierine Gleason, Jamie Boyd,
Kevin Starr, Nicole Duncan [Seated]. Second
Row: William Thomas, Cindy Foley, Annie
Dearth, Fred Marshall, Elizabeth Tull, Khyran
Delay. Third Row: Brandy Johnson, Enrique
Garcia, Christine Farber.
Bottom Left: Melissa Leverenz stepping proudly for Howe.
Above: Marching Band (Left to Right): Front Row: Christy Butler, Jessica Bell,
Jarrad Potter, Katie Barbara, Ronda Spratt, Rose Yanasak, Trish Wilson, Jamie
Bohannon. Second Row: Lonnie Hoskins, Jake Peters, Kelly Rothwell, Amanda
Young, Jennifer Burton, Mike Hollenbaugh, James Simmons, Tina Cornett, Titus
Owens, Darnell Bailey, Christina Buchannon, Karen Dunn, Kristina Depp. Third
Row: Jimmy Carter, David Keglar, Cecil Pryor, Brandy Berwanger, Keonna Tay-
lor, Natalie Hill. Gladys Phillips, Joe Briscoe, Mike Ollanketo, Steven Douthit,
Thomas Stone, Ben Streiff, Robert Cosby, Jason Lsenberg, James Smith, Michael
Wilson, Mr. Keith White, Justin Morris.
Top Left: Orchestra: (Left to Right): Front Row: Kyandra Pittman. Sarah Planalp,
Crystal Matrau. Second Row: Annie Dearth, Jennifer Hollenbaugh, Becky Wiker.
Renae Surber. Memorie Hoiifieid, Christina Helphng, Barbara Parks, Lindsay
White, Crystal Staples, Shawna Bradshaw. Third Row: Annie Burford, Misty Hos-
kins, Wanique Young, Alicia Hager, Natalie Marshall, Anne Jones, Amy Dean,
Brandy Bowen, Paulina DeVore, Cindy Foley, Misty Neighbors. Fourth Row: Mrs.
Leslie Bartolowits, John Ollanketo, Brian McClure.
Top Right: Rose Yanasak holds her flute in a traditional manner.
Above: Choir: (Left to Right): Front Row: Annie Dearth, Elizabeth Tull. Cassie
Weidner, Brandy Johnson, Carola Kirsten, Christnie Father, Monica Cook, Johnie
Johnson, Shameca Robertson, Alicia Encamacion, Rene Saulsberry. Christina
Schroeder, Rebekah Meek, Laura Keller. Middle Row : Tara Baker, Lagena Gilder,
Lashonna Harris, Teresa Perz-Gavalin, Rebecca Jablonski, \ enus Dalton. Nicole
Duncan, Jamie Boyd, Catherine Gleason, Jennifer Lake, Kathn. n McMillan, Cindy
Foley, Rachel Beem. Back Row: Chris Archer, Shawn Patton, Ke\in Starr, Josh
Roff, Sam Hobbs, Khyran Delay, Kenny Burnett, Michael Hobson, Da\id Nelson.
Justin Morris, Fred Williams, Titus Tavlor, Jainaal Reedus.
Below: Mr. Tom Lewis conducts the Conceil Choir singing Benedictus.
Above: Amanda Young waits to play her saxophone at
the Veterans" Day parade.
Right: Jessica Bell blows hot air into her clarinet.
Above: Becky Wiker practices hard for the Christ-
Above: Justin Morris rocks on the trombone at the Veterans
Right: Jazz Band (Left to Right); Front Row: Khyran Delay, Aman-
da Young, Christy Butler, Mike Raines. Second Row: John Ollan-
keto, Shawn Patton, Jake Peters, Monique Lange. Third Row: Mr.
Keith White, William Nichols, Jason Isenberg, Karen Dunn. Fourth
Row: Mike OUanketo, Thomas Stone, Tina Cornett, Kristina Depp.
Below: Mike Tiernan, The Leading
Player, inuites the audience to
leaue their fields and chores and
watch the magic to be enacted for
them on Howe's stage.
"UJhat is a young man to do when
his father is the Holy Roman
Emperor? Pippin, the first born son
of Charlemagne, is an extraordinary
young man. He is handsome,
intelligent, high-born, but
concerned onig with finding truth
and meaning in life. His father trii
to persuade him to be patient and
prepare himself for the inheritanc
that will be his.
Pippin tries-he goes to war wit
his father, but is repulsed bg bloot
Pippin tries the pleasures of
women, onIg to be exhausted bg
the delights of the flesh. Pippin
tries the role of a reuolutionarg,
but feels idiotic as a conspirator
What a dilemma for the heir of the
Holg Roman Empire! Nothing begin
to provide the fulfillment he is
seeking until he meets a goung
widow Catherine and her small soi
True loue is wonderful. There is a
feeling of accomplishment, but it i
all too ordinarg. There has to be
something more than this. So he
bolts from domesticitg. In his
loneliness. Pippin realizes that his
search for perfection and
fulfillment was that of an idealistic
bog. Through experience he has
found that all of life is flawed in
one wag or another.
The storg of Pippin is an eighth-
cent org quest for fulfillment which
finds itself finallg and happilg in
peaceful domesticitg. Rt the end,
Pippin, Catherine, and her son Theo
stand readg to face the world
happilg as uerg ordinarg people. "
Right: Brandy Johnson, Natalie
Hertz, Nicole Duncan, and Becky
Meek dance behind Catherine
(Christine Dearth) as she sings to
Pippin about ordinary kinds of
Rboue: Lewis (Sam Hobbs), the
King (Josh Roof), and Pippin
(Mike Deal) knelt for a prayer for
safety and courage before
heading out to war.
Left: Fastrada (Carrie Deeter)
tells Charlemagne (Josti Roof)
that she, being Just an ordinary
housewife and mother, has once
again ouerdrawn her account.
Left: The Cast ofEijuiin: Top Row: Jason Thompson, Mike Deal,
Mike Tiernan, Kathleen Reeues, Tom Lewis. Third Row: Natalie
Mertz, Gina Te trick, Elizabeth Tull, Josh Roof. Second Row: Nicole
Duncan, Carrie Deeter, Brandy Johnson, Jamie Boyd, Dauid Nelson,
Cindy Foley, Sam Hobbs, Laura McBurnie. Bottom Row: Keuin Starr,
Rnnie Dearth, Michael Keller, Laura Keller, Christine Dearth, Becky
Right: Michael Deal, Pippin, decides the onig wag to become king
Is to kill his father (Josh Roof), the present king.
Bottom Right: Pippin's grandmother Bert he, plaged bg Elizabeth
Tull, sings to Pippin about the simple life.
Below: Michael Tiernan, The
Leading Plager, discusses with
Michael Deal, Pippin,
actions towards the peasants.
Below: Levia Heffner and Janelle White look over
their notes together to study for a test.
Bottom Left: Srg. Malone, Janelle White, and Levia
Heffner make JROTC Staff plans.
Above: LTC. Willdermood calculates the JROTC
Below: The class listens closely as their teacher ex-
plains the basic techniques of marching.
Below: William Nichols and C.J. Roark stand proud and
tall for the Howe Hornet flae
The TOWER staff was reduced this year
to one class; consequently, the newspaper
came out around every two weeks rather than
every week as it did last year.
The staff had some difficulties but gener-
ally did a good job. There was an abundance
of page editors so that the TOWER would
have real quality and be absent of errors.
News Editors were Melissa Loveless and
Laura Keller; Feature Editors, Annie Dearth
and Elizabeth Tull; Sports Editor, Karie
Poynter; Assisting Editors, Aaron Springer,
Rebekah Meek, and Jessica Bell; Editors-in-
Chief, Lindsay Russo and Heidi Wurster.
Top Left: Editor, Heidi Wurster, checks the sto-
Top Right: Page editors, Ehzabeth Tull and
Annie Dearth, review the play book for a
TOWER story about it.
Above: Aaron Springer, Editing Assistant, cor-
rects the computer for the staff.
Left: Being seated on the floor helps page edi-
tor, Laura Keller, think.
Above: Tanya Spurgeon, Krista Lucas, and Melissa
Loveless discuss possible story ideas.
Above: Working in Independent Study during year-
book class has been a difficult problem for Editing As-
sistant Rebekah Meek
Below: Stephanie Martinelle helps Sports Editor Karie
Poynter with sports story ideas.
Above: Jennifer Adkins and Sara Barnes work together
for ideas for the horoscopes.
Below: Editor Lindsay Russo lays out the pages for the
TOWER on the computer
Above Student Council (Left to Right): Bottom Row: Janelle White. Mike
Mundy Jessica Bell Mary Ann Richard. Kathleen Reeves. Cheryl St, Lawr-
ence, Tashia Guvnn Second Row: Erin Swan. Corie Riskka, jimmy Quar-
les. Jackie Walker Chris Mumtord. Misty Plew. Cortney Flournoy. Third
Row; Jamaal Reedus. Linda Staples. Paul Nay. Rose Yanasak. Leslie Mum-
ford. Fourth Row: Joseph Collins, Jason Price. Gladys Phillips, James Pat-
terson. Ms. Patricia Aman. Not pictured: Carl Johnson, Kristme Guerrero.
Right: The crowd watches the homecoming festivities
Above William Davis, David Twitty, and Steve Johnson
are in the homeLoming spirit during the dance
Right Students and teachers observe the crowd at the
homecoming pep rally
■Above Left: The Student Council Officers wait patiently
Ito be inducted at the assembly.
(Middle: William Davis is the center of the crowd at the **
.'Below: Jamie Boyd is escorted by her mother onto the
field for the "Homecoming Queen Election" during
Above Right: Cheerleaders Jackie Walker and Monica
Edwards relax as the Highsteppers entertain the crowd.
Below; Monica Spell's attention is somewhere other
than the dance floor durins the homecoming dance.
This year's Boys Track Team veterans were seniors,
Damon Turner and Jason Thompson, along with juniors,
Jimmy Quarles and Darrell Davis, and sophomore, John-
ny Ray. This year's rookies were Chester Combs, Chris
Brown, Wayne Brown, Tony Gray, Kevin Griffin, Maur-
ice Callicott, Steven Johnson, Coleman Anderson, Da-
mon Taylor, and Dewayne Oliver. Steve Johnson and
Johnny Ray won the Kiwanis Boys Mental Attitude
award; Johnny Ray and Damon Turner won the 400 Club
Most Valuable Player award; Anderson Coleman won
the award for Track: Carl Speiss Memonal Award for
Girls Track, coached by Head Coach Mr. John Wig-
gins and Assistant Coach Ms. Mary Koopman. started
with fifteen girls and ended with four. Having too few
students was often a disadvantage for the team. Those
on the team who were honored were Demetria Stinger,
Most Valuable Player. Christy Butler, Most Improved
Player; and Amanda Brewster, Best Mental Attitude.
Above: Barbara Parks and Demetria Stringer are running
in a relay race.
Below: Jamie Boyd runs for her life while she leaves
a trail of "dogs" behind.
Above: Amanda Brewster has a serious look as she lifts
up those weights.
Above: Carrie Hubbard looks as though she is getting
Top Center: Hornets stretch out for track practice.
Top Left: Wayne Brown tries to get in shape for an
Above: Johnny Ray acts as though he is getting a little
Above: We hope Chris Brown and Damon Turner can Below: Breathless, Cassie Weidner reaches the finish
show off better on the track field and get the Hornets a line.
Above: Kyle Wallace follows through with his swing Above: Chris Wilson gets to first base with a bunt,
and gets a hit. Below: Ray Crawford keeps his eye on the ball in the
Below Will Malone concentrates as he attempts to strike
the batter out.
Hey, Batter, Batter,
The baseball team's 1994 season got un-
derway on April 6 with the first game against
Ritter High. The season had a bit of a bad
start, as that first game was a rainout, but the
players came out of that in time to win against
Broad Ripple. Their next games were a dis-
appointment, one being another rainout and
the other being a loss. The final record of the
team was 10 wins and 13 losses.
Chris Wilson won the award for Tri Kappa
Mental Attitude; Jason Hamby won the Larry
Bishop Memorial Award for most RBI's.
Left: Jason Hamby awaits the pitch
Above: Baseball Team (Left to Right): Back Row: Ray
Crawford. Richard Spare, John Perch, Harry Reed, Pa-
trick Litterai, Keith Young, Shawn Allen, Shawn Cline,
Robby Sheets. Lam Do, John Dicken. Front Row: Den-
nis Boyd, Danny Poynter, Kyle Wallace. Grant Mc-
Donald, Josh Bowling, Dave Moenius, Donte Nichols.
Chns Anderson, Kevin Starr, Chns Wilson, Jason Ham-
by, Will Malone.
Left: Dan Poynter has signaled the pitch.
Below; Looks as if Mike Tieman is trying to measure
how far iiis ball is to go before it gets into the hole.
Below: Darin Games is trying to put the ball into thi
The Boys" Golf Team started out with five partic-
ipants. Most of the season the team consisted of four
members: Darin Games, Andy Dammeyer, Mike
Tieman, and Eric Young.
English teacher Mr. Joe Vollmer served as coach
for the team. The coach and team saw three wins and
eleven losses, a ninth place win in the Gity Tourna-
ment, and a fourth place win in IPSAG.
Special awards were given to Mike Tieman — the
Tri Kappa Mental Attitude award and the 400 Glub
Most Valuable Player award.
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Lett Boys Golf Team (Left to Right): Andy Dammeyer,i
Goach Joe Vollmer, Mike Tieman, Darin Games.
Above Middle Left: Eric Young works to drive his golf
ball to the green.
Above Middle: Darin Games and Andy Dammeyer tryi
to retrieve the golf ball.
Above: Mike Tieman watches to see where his drive willl
Below: Girls Varsity Tennis Team (Left to Right):
Second Row: Terry Mahler, Aimee Zoeller, Karie
Poynter, Julie Bridges, Mrs. McCabe. First Row: Jes-
sica Poynter, Jennifer Urich, Shannon Hunter, Annie
Burford, Tara Faryna.
\bove: Girls Reserve Tennis Team (Left to Right): Sec-
)nd Row: Jessica Poynter, Bobbi Wesner, Mrs. McCabe.
-ront Row: Monica Edwards, Tara Faryna.
Above: Naila Kennebrew shows off her great serve dur-
Top: Julie Bridges gets off the ground as she pops the
ball back over.
Above: Tara Faryna steps into it with a backhand.
Although the tennis season had a rough start, Howe
has still pulled off many victories. We had our players
from the year before: Jennifer Urich, Shannon Hunter.
Annie Burford, Julie Bndges. Karie Poynter, and .Aimee
Zoeller, all of w horn were varsity players. The other two
varsity players were Naila Kennebrew and Jessica Poyn-
ter. We also had a junior varsity team this year. They
were Brandi Jones, Monica Edwards, Tara Far\ na, and
Bobbi Wesner. This year's captains were the number one
doubles: Karie Poynter and .Aimee Zoeller. There was a
lot of talent on this team; and we knew, if everyone
worked hard, we would have a wmnmg team. Jessica
Poynter won the award for Tri Kappa: (Mental .Attitude!;
Aimee Zoeller won the award for the 400 Club (Most
Valuable Player); Annie Burford and Tara Farxna won
the award for Most Improved.
Top Lett: Senior Crystal Wliiteliead is ready tor a fast Top Right: Senior Heather Tolin fires the ball in, closing ,f**rf
ball to come her way. up another winning game.
Above: Senior Karen Parker eyes up the ball as she gets Right: Jennifer Hollenbaugh takes time from the swel-
ready to knock it out of the park, taring sun to think of all the pizza she could get her hands
on, (PIZZA GIRL).
Above Middle: Darla Kord gets down in the dirt as she
scores the winning run.
Left: Softball Team (Left to Right): Back: Heather
Tolin, Hollie Bays, Crystal Whitehead, Brandy John-
son, Lindsay Russo. Middle: Rebekah Meek, Jenni-
fer Piersall, Rebecca Hicks, Tara Baker, Jennifer
Hollenbaugh, Crystal Matrau. Front: Karen Parker.
Alicia Huger, Darla Kord, Vicki Beck. Jessica Bell.
"Flowers blooming, birds chirping.
blue skies clearing and green grass grow-
ing are a few of the wonders of spring time
with .sounds of 'Play Ball." " " ( 1988 HILL-
The team was led by three senior cap-
tains: first baseman. Crystal Whitehead:
pitcher. Heather Tolin: and second base-
man, Karen Parker.
This year's team had an excellent year.
The Lady Hornets, being the only I.P.S.
school, made it to the second round of the
City Tournament. Although Howe didn't
win. all of us came out winners. The
team's final record showed more wins
than losses. 13-8.
The Tri Kappa Mental Attitude award
was won by Vicki Beck: the 400 Club
Most Valuable Player award w as given to
Crystal Morelock and Heather Tolin: the
Coaches Most Improved award was
awarded to Jennifer Hollenbaugh.
Middle: Alicia Hager
rockets the ball in while
the umpire says, "Stri-
Bottom Left: Brandy
Johnson conies in as an-
other inning is histor\ .
Left: Beck> Meek is
ready for an\ thing to
come her wav.
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Top: Kevin Griffin makes a block and Wayne Brown is
there to back him up.
Above: Derrick Mitchell is taking control of this game
as he heads straight for the other team.
Right: The team's slogan, "There's no I in team," is
shown here as the team huddles up to plan the strategy
to win their first victory.
This year's football season started off
somewhat slowly by the team's losing the
first three games, but by the fourth game the
team was kicked into gear and ended the sea-
son with a 5-3 record. This year's Sectional
was played at Franklin.
The captains Mike Mundy, Scott Wessel,
and Kevin Sullivan would like to thank the
fans for all of their support because without
the fans the team couldn't have gone as far
as they did.
Left: If Danny Poynter were really catching a pass,
shouldn't he be looking at the ball'
Below: Football Team (Left to Right): Front Row: Maur-
ice Callicotte, Grant McDonald, Charlie Adams, Kevin
Sullivan, Scott Wessel, Mike Mundy, Ronald Draine,
Kenneth Combs, Keith Young, Danny Poynter. Second
Row: Robbie Sheets, Kevin Griffin, Kevin Starr, Josh
Bowling, Steve Johnson, David Unseld, Dennis Boyd,
Derrick Mitchell, Wayne Brown. Third Row: Thomas
Long, Larry Johnson, Darrick Horrall, Kwamn Evans,
Chester Combs, Scott Childers. J.D. Dickens, Lewis
Fleming, Ronald McGraw. Fourth Row: Lance Muggins,
Patrick Litteral, John Ollanketo. Jeff Hamilton. Damon
Turner. Louis Locander, Ross Childers, Patrick Page,
Coleman Anderson, Jack Jackson. Fifth Row: Chuck
Page, James Keenan, Dick Harpold, Ron Finkbinder.
Harry Preston, Michael Bryant.
Right: Paulina DeVore and Tara Baker are waiting for
the serve to make the play.
Below: Jenny Hollenbaugh and Rhonda Troutman are
concentrating on what the coach is explaining.
Bottom: Girls Varsity Volleyball (Left to Right): Becky
Hicks, Jenny Lake, Coach Brian Hawkins, Alicia Hager,
Rhonda Troutman, Christine Farber, Shannon Hart,
Crystal Morelock, Jennifer Hollenbaugh, Tara Faryna.
The Howe volleyball teams had been doing great this
year. Both the varsity and reserve teams started the sea-
son off with wins over IPS rival Northwest. They kept
getting even better with each match.
The varsity team members are seniors Becky Hicks,
Rhonda Troutman, Jennifer Hollenbaugh and Crystal
Morelock, and sophomores Jennifer Lake and Alicia
Hager. The varsity captains are Becky Hicks and Rhonda
Troutman. The team brought home the championship
trophy from the Sheridan Invitational at Sheridan High
School at the beginning of the season.
The junior varsity team members are juniors, Tara
Baker, Paulina Devore, and Dianna Bennett; sopho-
mores, Christine Farber, Tara Faryna, Misty Neighbors,
and Crystal Matrau, freshman, Tabitha Bratcher, and
Jennifer Burton. The junior varsity captains are Tara
Baker, Dianna Bennett, and Tara Faryna.
Good luck to everybody and to the juniors who will
be playing on the varsity team next year. A little note to
the coaches (V) Brian Hawkins, (JV) Virginia Hicks,
assistant coach Betty Woods for all your help and thanks
for being there for us.
Above: Girls Reserve Volleyball (Left to Right): Re-
serve Coach Virginia Hicks, Varsity Coach Brian Hawk-
ins. Jennifer Burton, Christine Farber, Misty Neighbors,
Dianna Bennett. Tabitha Bratcher, Crystal Matrau. Tara
I Baker, Tara Faryna.
I Above Right: Crystal Morelock is going for the play.
Right: The varsity team is taking a breather during time »«»^
Bottom Left: Rebekah Meek kicks her way to
score another goal.
Bottom Right: Sam Hobbs sits and thinks about the next
game after an injury from soccer.
In a way the soccer season was a success
by building a strong foundation for next
year's team. Almost all of the players this
year were underclassmen and first year play-
ers with only four returning varsity seniors:
Sam Hobbs, Chad Price, Josh Roof, and
Doug Sims Jr. It is as yet undecided whether
or not Bill Moore will coach next year's
But no matter who the coach is, next year's
team has a ray of hope. The team has greatly
improved, and each player has worked very
hard to improve his own skills. After all, it's
not about winning or losing, but "Howe"
you play the game.
Top: Soccer Team (Left to Right): David Phipps, Dan
Grebekain, Herberto Rojas, Shane Below, Doug Sims,
Kathy Sims, Jeremy Wilson, Kathy McMillian, Teresa
Perez-Gavilan, Jessica Bell, Coach Billie Moore, Ken-
drick Billingly. Chad Price, Rebekah Meek, Captains
Sam Hobbs and Josh Roof.
Activities: Cheerleader, National
Honor Society, President of the
Student Counsel, Vice-President of the
Senior class, and debutante for the
Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority
Most Memorable Moment: When I
was cheering at a basketball game
against Chatard, we went into triple
overtime, and we won.
Most Embarrassing Moment: My
freshman year, I went into the wrong
class and sat down.
Favorite Subjects: Math, science, and
Favorite Teachers: Mr. Coulon, Miss
Keaton, Mr. Ireland
Future College Plans: Either Howard
University in Washington, DC, or
South Carolina State University
Last quote: "The one thing I'll always
remember about Howe is the mascot,
200 freestyle and 100 butterfly.
Most Memorable Moment?
My junior year, we swam against
IDS. I swam the 500 freestyle and beat
the other girl.
Most Embarrassing Moment?
At a meet, I went to get out of the
pool, when I lost my footing and fell
Carolyn Freeman, Jennifer McNally,
and Keith White.
Go to college, (either Ball State or
Mathematics and English.
I've enjoyed swimming all four
years. I hope next year, the team
competes well without me.
Most Memorable Moment?
Last year, when 1 went to Slate
Most Embarrassing Moment?
I would rather not say.
Tom Lewis, Penny McNeish, Enrol
Spears, Mike Hepler, and Pat Aman.
Four- year college (a good one).
Math, music, and business.
Sports: Wrestling and baseball
Positions: 130 lb. class for wrestling;
OF, lb for baseball
Most Memorable Moment: Winning
Most Embarrrassing Moment:
Getting put out in the dugout after
realizing that I was safe at first against
Heritage Christian during my sopho-
Favorite Subjects: Math
Favorite Teachers: Mr. Ireland, Mr.
Finkbiner, and Mr. Pau-ick
Post-Graduation Plans: Go to an
engineering school and study aeronauti-
Last Quote: Beware the fury of the
Most Memorable Moment?
When 1 received Most Valuable
Player two years in a row.
Most Embarrassing Moment?
One match 1 forgot to wear my briefs
and my skirt was flying everywhere.
The worst part was 1 had on Belly
Mrs. Jody George
Attend Hanover College.
English and French.
Activities: Captain and Quarterback
for Varsity Football, Basketball
player. Student Council Senior
Most Memorable Moment: Winning
the Basketball Sectionals against
Most Embarrassing Moment: Last
summer at the Harpold's lake house, I
went tubing and my shorts fell off in
the water ( in front of everyone)!
Favorite Subjects: Math and Science
Favorite Teachers: Mr. Patrick, Mr.
Lynch, Mrs. Bancroft, Mr. Thompson,
Future College Plans: Ball State to
be an architect
Last Quote: 1 will always remember
crazy ole Mike (superfan), Mr.
Dinken's Thumbhead, and Mr.
Thompson's big words.
.Most Memorable Moment?
When my paruier and I were seated
#1 in IPSAC.
Most Embarrassing Moment?
My most embarrassing moment was
when Aimee and 1 were playing
against and I was trying to get a deep
shot and 1 ran straight into the fence.
Mr. MacAllister, Mr. Page, Mr.
Take Pre-Law at Purdue.
Above: Jimmie Quarles readies himself to hit a backhand
over the net.
Top Right: Justin Morris sets up with great form for a
Below: Boys Tennis (Left to Right): Back Row: Coach
Errol Spears, Jimmie Quarles, Robbie Burford, Justin
Sparks, Justin Morris, Ms. Mary Koopman. Front Row:
Joe Briscoe, Tony Gray.
The Boys Tennis Team did exception-
ally well this year. The team placed sev-
enth, out of twelve teams, overall in the
city tournament. Each player advanced to
the second round.
The team this year was coached by Er-
rol Spears and Mary Koopman. The cap-
tain was Justin Morris.
Trisha Wilson and Amanda Young discuss their pro-
Below: Mrs. Megan Booth, student teacher to Mr. Joe
Vollmer, enjoys her new activity, coaching girls swim-
Below Left: Dangerous as it may be. Rose Yanasak pre-
pares to drive.
Below Right: Cindy Foley asks for advice from her
When in need of a new coach Mr. Joe Vollmer' s stu-
dent teacher, Mrs. Megan Booth, came to the rescue for
the Girls Swimming Team.
The team members found difficulties again this sear
with not having their own pool, having to work around
Tech High's team, having late practices, and having a
small number of swimmers on the team. Mrs. Booth stat-
ed, however, that the team members gave their best eve-
ry time and showed remarkable sportsmanship whether
they won or lost.
Trisha Wilson and Came Hubbard were captains for
the team. Trisha Wilson received the Mental Attitude
award; Amanda Young, the Most Valuable Swimmer;
and Ronda Spratt, the Most lmpro\ed Swimmer.
Left: Girls Swimming Team (Left to Right >; Back: Car-
rie Hubbard, Tnsha Wilson, Ronda Spratt. Front: Coach
Megan Booth, Shannon Hunter, Rose Yanasak, Julie
Top: Boys Cross Country (Left to Right): Back Row:
Johnny Ray, Ronald Palmer, Carl Johnson, Coach Mar-
tin Sam. Front Row: Mike Wilson, David Keglar, Vidal
Above: Jamie Boyd and Cassie Weidner lead their op-
ponent at this time.
The 1994 Girls Cross Country Team won
IPSAC. In first place was Carola Kirsten,
sixth place, Amanda Young; eighth place, Ja-
The team should have been recognized for
their hard work and dedication.
The Boys Cross Country did as well in in-
dividual; Johnny Ray won it all, came in first
place, in IPSAC. The only returning varsity
letterman on the team was also Johnny Ray.
Top: Johnny Ray, the only Cross Country IPSAC cham-
pion and returning letterman, practices in the halls on a
Above: Girls Cross Country (Left to Right): Back: Sun-
ny Smith, Jenny Perdue, Annie Burford, Cassie Weid-
ner, Coach Sean Marcum. Front Row: Carola Kirsten,
Amanda Young, Jamie Boyd.
Below: Golden Gals (Lett to Rigtitj; Back Row: Dallene
Harpold. Knstina Guerrero, Hollie Bays. Brandy John-
son, Jenny McAdams, LaShawnda Jotinson. Leafy Dun-
nam. Brandy Bowen, LaToya Freer. Middle Row: Jen-
nifer Cox, Monique Lange. Kerry Marsh. Cheryl St.
Lawrence, Tanya Spurgeon. Melissa Loveless, Rene
Saulsberry. Front Row: Farrah Rooney, Mickelle Goss,
Sometime during the football game, a per-
son might wonder who the girls are who are
on the sidelines in jerseys. These girls are the
Golden Gals, a group e.xciting. inspiring the
football team members to make life a little
easier for them and the coaches. Beyond sup-
porting this way, the girls run water, take sta-
tistics, and run chains.
The Golden Gals will never forget their
cheering the team on to victory. Being a
Golden Gal gives a student a chance to learn
more about football and see the action behind
the scenes, become close to a number of foot-
ball players, and acquire a great number of
good friends. Being a Golden Gal is \ ery tir-
ing but all the hard work was worth all the
memories each will always ha\ e.
Above: Golden Gals Tanya Spurgeon and Jennifer Cox
give each other a high "5"' as the team makes a touch
Above: Senior Golden Gals Kerry Marsh and Farrah
Rooney are busy making posters. They shov\' that the
Golden Gals do more than just carry water.
Golden Gals 0.^
The Hornet Basketball Team, led by cap-
tains Brian Williams and William Malone,
started the season optimistically and looking
for an undefeated season. With the help of
seniors, Michael Mundy and Harold Keys,
and junior, Alfonzo Torrence, these starting
five set out to win IPSAC, city, and their sec-
tional. But as in any activity, there were ob-
stacles in their path, and the Hornets finished
with a record of less than what they desired.
Above: Mike Mundy and Brian Williams use teamwork
to strip the ball.
Right: Freshman Basketball Team (Left to Right): Back
Row: Coach White, Mike Cooper, James Henderson,
Michael Webb, Robert Reed. Eddriguez Smith, John
Lorrick, Chris Pace. Front Row: Steven Phillips, David
Reyna, J'mel Gant, James Simmons.
Top: Coach Thompson tries to figure out a way to win
Top Right: Antonio Hornbeaic shoots the jumper over
the Beech Grove defense.
Left: Johnny Ray lays the ball up during warm-up.
Above: Varsity Basketball Team iLcft to Right); Back
Row: Darnell Davis, Michael Mundy, Brian \\ illiams.
Alfonzo Torrence. Harold Keys, Michael Bible. Front
Row: Antonio Hornbeak. William Malone. Da\id L'n-
seld, Jason Cartwns;hi.
This year's Girls Basketball Team has im-
proved tremendously over last year's team.
Hours of practice, hardwork, determination,
confidence, attitude, and heart have made the
Girls Basketball Team winners.
This year started out with two new coach-
es. Varsity Coach Michael Bryant and Junior
Varsity Coach Kathy Dwenger implied the
strength in all of us was to play the game with
all we had. Jennifer HoUenbaugh and Crystal
Morelock are going to be missed, but they
will always have a name at Howe.
Wherever they may be. keep an eye out for
the returning varsity players of next year # 1
Chonta Freeling, #12 Alica Hager. #14 Vi-
cki Beck, #20 Portia Flournoy. #50 Shar-
anda Carr, and #42 Nicole Power.
Above: Sharanda Carr stings Beech Grove as she scores
more points to her name.
Right: Varsity Girls Basketball Team (Lett to Right):
Back Row: Coach Michael Bryant. Alicia Hager, Vicki
Beck, Nicole Power, Tara Baker, Portia Flournoy. Mid-
dle: Chonita Freeling, Jennifer HoUenbaugh. Front:
Sharanda Carr, Crystal Morelock.
Top Left: Portia Flournoy makes a jumpshot, putting the;;
Hornets back into the lead. '
Above: Chonita Freeling fires the ball ending another;
Left: Vicki Beck makes a jumpshot, scoring another
Above: Reserve Girls Basketball (Left to Right): Back
Row: Coach Michael Bryant, Shaquita Blanchard.
Coach Kathy Swenger. Middle: Vicki Beck, Alicia Hag-
er. Star Dalton. Front Row: Janel Lanier, Tara Baker,
Right: Coach Bryant dis-
cusses the play that would
lead the team to victory.
Above: Senior Crystal Morelock scores her 500th basket
in the second quarter.
Left: Senior .lennifer Hollenbaugh starts the pla\ with a
Girls Basketball t^"
Nicole Duncan (Left) and Cassie Weid-
ner (Right) are captains for the Mat
Maids this year; they have been on the
squad for four years.
Above: Mat Maids (Left to Right): Front
Row: Nicole Duncan, Heather Sullivan,
Cassie Weidner. Middle Row: Aimee
Zoeller, Jennifer Perdue. Brandy John-
son. Back Row: Farrah Rooney, Jennifer
Cox, Brandi Bowen, Mrs. Gloria Weid-
Left: Aimee Zoeller works on posters to
boost the spirits of the wrestlers.
Jelow; Sam Hobbs is waiting tor the match to start.
Middle: Grant McDonald and Lance Muggins are just
Below: Sam Hobbs is trying not to be taken down. warming up.
Below: Wrestling Team (Left to Right): Front Row: Lance Huggins, Grant
McDonald, Jack Jackson, Patrick Page, Coleman Anderson. Back Row:
Assistant Coach Jerry Taylor, Coach Boekankamp.
No game of football would be the same if
it weren't for the pride of cheerleaders. But
before you saw them at a game, there were
hours of practice and preparation that was
needed. With more girls coming out, there
were cheers to be taught and time well spent
to get it all together. With the spirit and en-
thusiasm of the cheerleaders, the girls gave
■'Pride" to the meaning of Howe, of which
we were all proud.
Top: Reserve Cheerleaders (Left to Right): Monica Ed-
wards. Jenriifer GimHch, Karie Poynter, Crystal Praul,
Jackie Wiker, and Brandi Jones.
Above: Cheerleader Jamie Boyd, tattooed for Home-
coming, concentrates on The Star-Spangled Banner.
Right: Varsity Cheerleaders (Left to Right): Amanda
Brewster, Jessica Poynter, Annemarie Burford, Jennifer
Urich, and Jamie Boyd.
Below Left; Takeisha Brandon and Monique Lange
lead the Highsteppers at the Veterans' Day Parade.
Below: Freshmen Cheerleaders (Left to Right): First
Row: Jennifer Scott, Melissa Leverenz. Second
Row: Julie Hubbard.
T(!B3irE mm soaoo
The Highsteppers this year consisted of eighteen
girls. Ms. Lisa McDonald loves working with the
girls. Sometimes she gets angry, but we all know that
she loves the girls. The group has no captains. They
all work together. When they need help with a part
to a dance or an entire dance, they ask Kyana Taylor,
Barbara Parks, or Janelle White for help. The Highs-
teppers participated in dances at the home games for
football, basketball, and marching with the band.
They sometimes do a dance with the cheerleaders at
The Cheerleaders had a really great year' They
worked really hard to accomplish their goals. The
Cheerleaders worked very well together to have an
Right: Junior Varsity Cheerleaders (Left to Right:):
Melissa Trotter, Shannon Hart. Kyana Taylor.
Left: Varsity Cheerleaders (Left to Right); First
Row: Jaci<ie Walker. Marshia Guynn. Second Row:
Becky Meek, Annie Burford, James Smith, Kevin
Starr, Renee Smith, Monica Edwards. Third Row:
Jamie Boyd. Melissa Trotter. Fourth Row: Jessica
Poynter. Amanda Brewster.
Above: Highsteppers (Left to Right): Front Row: Sham-
berley Jones, LaReina York, Barbara Parks, Kyana Tay-
lor, Janelle White, Christina Sheppard. Karen Dunn.
Trisha Doyle, Natalie Woods. Middle Row: Shannon
Hart, Tiffany Wright, Malinda Renee Torrence, Leigh-
Ann Martin, Angie Bow, Melissa Leverenz. Stephanie
McClure. Shawn Watkins. Andrianna Moore. Back
Row: Levia Heffner. Shontay Martin, Alicia Encarna-
cion. Le-Neice Robinson. Takeisha Brandon. Mary Ann
Top Right: Tisha Sheppard. .\Iehssa Le\erenz.
and Trisha Do\ le all practice hard for a game the
\ho\c: Cheerleader .Monica Edwards and Base-
man Kevin Stan' gi\e each other encouragement.
Left: How e Cheerleaders build a p\ ramid for the
Above: Kenny Burnett prepares himself tor his role as a
Middle Right: Justin Morris and Enrique Garcia study
their lines diligently.
Right: Abby Brewster (Annie Dearth) hands Officer
Brophy (Jennifer Ireland) a thermos of soup as Ken Bur-
nett and Elizabeth Tull look on.
This years's senior-sponsored play. Arsen-
ic and Old Lace, was a great success even
though the cast faced many obstacles includ-
ing the loss of a director. However, Betsy
Morse and Lisa Frazer pulled the cast togeth-
er with the help of Kevin Friedly and Student
Director Elizabeth Tull. It was the first time
in many years that there were three perform-
ances for the play. All three performances
were a success.
The two elderly Brewster sisters added
much humor, poisoning people, hiding them
in the window seat, and burying them in the
basement. The Brewster brother who thought
himself to be Teddy Roosevelt also brought
enjoyment to the play. The entire cast was a
Above: Lieutenant Rooney (Josh Roof) and
Mortimer Brewster (David Nelson) help each
other with their parts.
Above Right: Kevin Friedly enjoyed helping
Albert Ellis with his role.
Right: Annie Dearth, David Nelson, and Eli-
zabeth Tull calmly discuss the dead body in
the window seat.
Below: The cast enjoys working with Kevin
Below : Bets\ Morse, English teacher, devot-
ed much time to directmg .Arvenic and Old
Senior Pla\ ~5
The Class of 1995
Gomez. Amanda Goss, Mickelle Grimes. Markita Griibb. Richard
Hobbs, Samuel Hollenbaugh, Jennifer Hombeak, Antonio
Senior Antonio Hombeak (Left) greets the team. Senior Mike
Bell (Below), recognized in National Honor Society and for iiis
art work, helps on the Stage Crew.
At the top of the senior class, EHzabeth Tull, while stud-
ying, still found time to serve as Student Director and
actress in Arsenic and Old Lace.
Above: Senior Calculus Ron Ireland Fan Club (Left to Right): Front: Elizabeth Tull, Nicole Duncan.
Laura Keller, Jamie Bohannon. Back: Mr. Kevin Friedly, Brandon Spratt. Josh Roof, Trisha Wilson,
Justin Moms. (Others unavailable at this time.)
Below: Jennifer Page, Trisha Rafferty, and Jennifer Per
due display senior spirit; Chad Price, also. (Right
Below: Roger Kendall gets caught in senior clowning.
Below Right: Seniors leave the building at the end of the
Rafferty, Trisha Reedus, Jamaal
Turner, Shannon Watson, Kimberly
Weaver, Jennifer Weidner. Cassandra
The Class of 1996
Cooper, Zsa Zsa
Henderson, La Tosha
Johnson, La Shawnda
Below: As Patrick Uptegrove moves on to his class, he may wonder if he will like his new school as well.
Lewis, La Tangia
St. Lawrence, Cheryl
The Class of 1997
Gregor\ . Jeremy
Below: Sophomores also enjoy the meals they cook in Home Economics
Henderson, La Tosha
Hinton, La Shaunda
Below: Some sophomores take time out between classes to freshen up.
McGraw , Ronald
Right: Cheerleader Jessica Poyn-
ter and Highstepper Tisha Shep-
pard. sophomores, join forces.
Middle Right: Sophomore Cole-
man Anderson warms up after a
Far Right: Jessica Bell, sopho-
more, and Becky Meek, junior,
work together in soccer.
The Class of 1998
Da\ is, Kizz>
Da\ IS. Timotln
Day . Dorsey
Below: Freshman Brian Flowers has finished his registration;
Below: This freshman pays attention to her teacher in her class. and is waiting for school to start.
Below: John gets to the front and center ot his freshman Below: At first, freshmen were confused, but J'Mei
class. knows where to head for his class.
Green Jr., Elton
Logan. Ton\ a
Below: Freshman Marlisa Robinson enjoys her class.
Below: Freshman Renee Torrence, with Christina, Leva, an
Alicia, displays her spirit. ' i
Freshmea 1 CW
Leffler, Jo Anna
Stevenson IV, Mitchell
Zuraw ski, Philip
Faciiltx Staff 1 11
Below Left; It looks as though Miss Mary Bancroft, Mrs.
Stella Vandivier, Mrs. Betsy Morse, and Mr. Dave Smartz
are enjoying themselves at the Media Center's luncheon for
Below Right; Mr. Robert Huggins is always willing to lend
a smile and a helping hand.
Above and Left; Hey, Mr. Page, do you need a foot?! I mean a •
Top: This looks like a familiar sight for a busy
counselor like Mr. Dave Smartz. I wonder w here
he's hiding this time '
Far Left: Mr. Bruce Moss takes a short break
from helping his counselees.
Left: Miss Ro.\y Watson looks on as she shows
her guest through the Intersession display.
The difficulties the HILLTOPPER staff
encountered were numerous since nearly the
entire staff was new. Students had to learn to
take pictures, to write copy, to make layouts,
to write captions, to crop pictures, to index,
and to do other required work as well as hand
out Prestige pictures to students and identi-
The editors, Vicki Beck and Heidi Wurs-
ter, worked hard on the yearbook, often typ-
ing words and directions for the printer.
Above: Deanna Quarles and Lewis Fleming design
pages for the HILLTOPPER with Rebecca Jablowski,
a Swiss foreign exchange student.
Left: Dianna Bennett and Darron Powell sort pictures
for later placement.
Right: Editor Vicki Beck works on paperwork for the
Hill topper 1 1
Abercrombie, Missty 100
Adams, Bea 110
Adams, Charlie 55, 78
Adams, Kenneth 26
Adams, Lakeisha 92
Adams, Ryan 26
Adams, Vrisha 20
Adkins, Jennifer 28, 43, 92
Alexander, Latrice 110
Alexander, Thomas 26, 86
Allen, David 49, 86
Allen, Melissa 92
Allen, Patrice 100
Allen,- Shani 78
Allen, Teana 86
Aman, Patricia 44, 110
Ammons, Freeman 100
Andemichael, Aster 27, 92
Andemichael, Tedro 18
Anderson, Aretha 20, 100
Anderson, Chris 49
Anderson, Coleman 55, 69,
Anderson, Jason 104
Anderson, Swaquana 92
Andrews, Derrick 86
Archer, Christopher 35
Arnold, Lauren 19
Asbell, Deborah no
Ashby, Darren 92
Atwell, Nova 70
Austin, Kahnata 92
Avila, Dezzarae 86
Babcock, John 100
Bailey, Darnell 34, 100
Bailey, Quincy 100
Bailey, Robert 100
Baker, James 92
Baker, Linda 78
Baker, Rhonda 100
Baker, Tara 35, 53, 56, 57,
Ball, Christina 78
Ballard, Anthony 92
Ballow, Mattie 110
Bancroft, Mary 110, 112
Banks, Christopher 92
Banks, Tiffany 100
Banner, James 100
Barber, Katie 100, 34
Barberis, Danielle 92
Bare, Daz 100
Bareford, Deborah 31, 78
Barnes, Sara 28. 43. 92
Barrow, Nikki 24
Bars. Hope 100
Bartolowitz, Leslie 110
Bates, Julie 100
Batman, Dean 100
Baxter, Megan 100
Bays, Hollie 53, 63, 78
Beaity, Roselee 100
Beck, Joe 100
Beck, Vicki 53, 66. 67, 86,
Beem, Rachel 86
Bell, Jessica 26, 27, 28, 31,
34, 36, 44, 53, 58, 92, 96,
Below, Shane 58, 100
Benner, James 30, 100
Bennett, Dianna 57, 86,
Bergert, Allen 100
Berry, Crystal 100
Berry, Robert 110
Berry. Verdell 100
Berwanger. Brandy 20, 34,
Beswick, John 110
Bible, Michael 65, 92
Billingsley, Kenric 19, 58,
Bishop, Katherine 100
Blackman, Crystal 100
Blair, Kimberly 92
Blanchard, Shaquita 67,100
Blythe, Steve 100
Bohannon, Chester 17, 92
Bohannon, Jamie 26. 27.
Bonds, Damon 86
Bonds, Sylvester 100
Bonilla, Tim 92
Booth, Megan 61
Bostick. Tony 100
Bow. Angle 73
Bowen, Brandy 25, 63, 68,
Bowling, Josh 14, 55, 69,
Bowling, Ron 30
Boyd, David 100
Boyd, Dennis 49, 55, 86
Boyd, Jamie 22, 3 1,34, 35,
Boyd, Tamara 31,78
Boyd, Venus 86
Boynton, Ann 78
Bozarth, Michael 92
Bozarth, Robert 86
Brackin, Melissa 78
Bradshaw, Shawna 35
Brandon, Anton 100
Brandon. Takeisha 72. 73.
Bratcher. Tabitha 57. 100
Brewer, Nikki 92
Brewster, Amanda 46, 71,
Brewster, Jessica 16
Bridges. Denvard 78
Bridges, Julie 9, 14, 51, 86
Briscoe, Joe 34, 60, 101
Bronstrup, Rachel 101
Brown, Carrie 11,31
Brown, Cheryl 101
Brown, Christopher 47, 64,
Brown, Eric 86
Brown, Jennifer 101
Brown, Larry 110
Brown, Lou 30. lOi
Brown, Natalie 101
Brown, Shanelle 92
Brown, Sheneeka 101
Brown, Tommy 12
Brown, Tracy 70, 101
Brown, Wayne 31 ,47,54.
Browning, Randy 101
Bruno, Robert 92
Buner, Brandon 92
Bryant, Earl 86
Bryant, Michael 31, 55, 66,
Bryant, Stanley 101
Bryk, Sean 17,86
Buchannon, Christina 34
Buckhalter, Jennifer 86
Bullock, Keonna 29, 31, 78
Bundy, Benjamin 78
Burford. Annie 15, 22, 31,
Burford, Robert 60, 78
Burgess, Christina 86
Burke, Sebrina 92
Burkholder, Joshua 101
Burnett, Kenneth 26, 28, 30,
Burrows, Beverly 92
Burr us, Eric 30, 101
Burton, Jennifer 34, 57
Buster, Kassandra 78
Butler. Christy 14.31,34.
Byers, Renee 92
Byrd, Deanna 78
Caesar, Jason 12
Calbert, Benjamin 6, 92
Calbert, Marcia 30, 1
Caliz, Gustavo 14, 86
Caliz, Karla 27
CalUcott,Maurice 31, 55,
Caluza, Julie 101
Campbell, Christopher 92
Canady, Chinna 86
Canady, Tahia 86. 92
Canady, Terrie 18, 92
Carnes, Darin 50, 79
Carr, Sharanda 66, 86
Carrell, Jason 31
Carroll, Treva 113
Carson, Aaron 92
Carson, Alpacino 92
Carter, Jinvny 34, 86, 92
Carter, Mary 110
Cartwright, Jason 92, 101
Cary, Melissa 86
Cassidy, Jason 93
Catron, Olivia 101
Chadwick, Dust in 101
Chambers, Patrick 30, 101
Champman, Jason 14
Chapman, Misty 101
Childers, Ross 7, 55, 93
Childers, Scott 7, 55. 86
Childress, Jason 101
Childress. Tracye 86
Chism. Steven 13
Chumney, Marcus 101
Church. Kristina 93
Claffey. Jacqueline 86
Clark. Angela 87
Clark, Peggy 110
Clifton, Raymond 26
Cline. Shawn 16. 49. 87
Cloud, Kristy 16, 87
Cohen, Deraun 101
Cole, Chris 101
Cole, Nasiru 87
Collier. Donald 101
Collins, Jopseph 31 ,44, 93
Collins, Trina 101
Collins, William 93
Combs, Chester 55, 87
Combs, Joshua 101
Combs, Kenneth 18, 55
Condon, Michael 87
Condon. Wayne 101
Connor d. Katherine 101
Conner, Sarah 101
Cook. Monica 93
Cook. Portico 101
Cooke, Dennis 79
Coomer, Bryan 30, 101
Cooper, Keisha 12, 79
Cooper, Lcmce 101
Cooper, Mike 64
Cooper, Tamara 110
Cooper, Zsa 2sa 87
Copper, Michael 20, 30,
Cosby, Robert 34
Couch, Joseph 101
Coulon, Burnel 112
Coulson, Christopher 87
Cowan, Nichole 29
Cowin, Nicole 29, 31
Cox, Jammie 87
Cox, Jennifer 24, 63, 65. 93
Crcrft. Tarrence 87
Craig. Brian 93
Crawford. Ray 48, 93
Crockett, Venus 93
Cross, Ayeselah 87
Cross, Jerrie 87
Cumberton, Heather 87
Curson, Robert 79
Curtis, Latasha 101
Dalton, Star 87, 67, 93
Dalton, Venus 35, 93
Dammeyer, Andrew 31, 50.
Dammeyer. Nathan 101
Daniels, Sarah 79
Darden, George 87
Darden, Tiffany 101
Davenport, Garland 93
Davidson, Danielle 29, 41,
Davis, Darrein 1,87
Davis, Donghig 101
Davis, Kizzy 101
Davis, Marion 29
Davis, Sam 110
Davis, Tim 101
Davis, William 31. 44, 45
Day. Dorsey 101
Dealy, Khyran 34, 36
Dean, Amy 8. 31, 87
Dean, Teresa 101
Dearth, Andrea 26, 27, 28,
30. 31, 34. 35. 42. 74. 79
Deel. Christina 101
Deering, Kathy 93
Degraphenreed, James 87,
16, 93. 98
Deirth, Richard 93
Delay, Shyra 101
Delk, Jeremiah 101
Delky, Khyran 35
Depew, Corey 31
Depp, Kristina 34, 37, 87
Depp, Wendell 101
Devito, Leea 93
Devore, Paulina 56, 87
Devosl, Ashford 102
Dewitte, Kevin 102
Dewitte, Michael 102
DeWitz, Mary 1 10
Dickens. J. D. 93
Dickens, John 49. 55
Dickerson. Shanelle 93
Diffee. Kandy 27. 28. 79
Diggle. Martha 110
Dile. Amanda 102
Dinkens. Dale 113
Dinsmore. Amber 102
Divincemo, John 112
Dixon. Lisa 102
Dixon. Trena 102
Do, Lam 6, 3 1,49, 87
Doerson. Derrick 87
Douthit. Stephen 34, 109
Dowdell. J' Mel 102, 103
Doyle, Trisha 22, 70. 73, 93
Drain. Angela 6
Drain, Ronald 30, 55
Dressier, Warren 110
Duke, Ricky 31,79
Dumes, Lamont 87
Dumes, Maurice 109
Duncan, Nicole 6, 26, 27,
28. 30. 31. 34, 35, 68, 79,
Durban, William 93
Dunn, Daniel 93
Dunn. Jessica 99
Dunn, Karen 34, 37. 73. 93
Dunn, Kirk 93
Dunnam. Melissa 102
Dunnan. Leafy 63. 87
Dwenger, Kathy 67
Ealy, Jermaine 87
Earl, Rita 102
Earls, Turkessa 79
Easier, Henry 109
Easter, Benji 87, 93
Easton, David 93
Eastridge, David 87
Edmonds, Brandy 102
Edmonds, Damien 93
Edmonds. Shondelle 102
Edwards. Monica 45,51.
70, 71,73, 93
Edwards, Nicole 14
Edwards, Shunery 93
Edwards, Tarrance 87, 93
Efferd, Tiffany 102
Ehrenwald, Doug 102
Eldridge, Curtis 102
Eldridge, Veronica 12. 79
Ellenburg, Floyd 87
Elliot. Felicia 102
Ellis. Albert 18. 74
Ellis. Amanda 102
Ellis. Charles 93
Ellis. Michael 30. 102
Ellis. William 102
Emerson, Brandon 102
Emery, Willy 102
Encarnacion, Alicia 35.
Engle, Amanda 93
Engle, Carrie 102
Ervin, Curt 110
Estien, Jorge 102
Evans. Kawam 55, 87
Eytchison, Kathryn 31
Eytchison. Robert 87. 98
Fawcett, Jamie 103
Felter, Jennifer 103
Fields, Albert 31
Fields, Christopher 103
Fields. Corey 31.87
Finkbiner, Ron 22. 55. 110
Fisher. Bonnie 14
Fleming. Lewis 55. 93, 114
Flour nay, Cortney 44
Flournoy. Portia 66, 102
Flowers. Byron 103. 109
Fluker, Dwan 93
Foley. Cynthia 34. 35, 61,
Ford, Domaneek 103
Fowler, Tara 87
Franklin, Amy 103
Franklin. Ladonna 87
Frazier. Lisa 110
Frazier, Troy 93
Freeling. Chonita 66. 93
Freeling, Nicole 93
Freeman, Carolyn 112
Freeman, Deondre 103
Freeman, Sharee 103
Friedly, Kevin 75. 82
Friedly, Patricia 110
Friskey, Ron 103
Fulcher, Angela 87
Fuller, Patrice 103
Fagan. LaTonya 102
Farber. Christina 34.35,
Farley. Christina 93. 102
Farris, Christina 102
Faryna, Tara 51, 56. 57.
Caddie, Gloria 103.110
Gaines, Moses 87
Gaines, Dwayne 103
Gaines, Tomorrow 103
Gamble. Michael 11 , 87
Gam, Jemel 64J03
Garcia. David 30. 103
Garcia, Enrique 34 . 74. 79
Garica. Jeremy Lee 87
Garrard. Maisha 23, 87
Gebrekidan, Daniel 27, 93
Gebre-Yohanes. Helen 103
George, Jody 14. 110
Gerholdt, Jeremy 103
Gibbs, Wayne 103
Gibson, Shawna 103
Gilbert, Derreck 87
Gilbert, Tyrone 103
Gilder, Lagena 35, 93
Gillaspy, Dave 87
Gillum, Chad 87
Gilpin. Beth 30. 79
Gimlich, Jennifer 70. 71, 93
Glascock, Tracey 103
Gleason, Catherine 34, 35,
Goldman, Frank 87
Gomez, Amanda 14, 79
Gonzales, Art 6. 110
Goodlet, April 103
Goodlet. Kim 103
Goodlow. Deandre 103
Goodman. Shawnikhan 88
Grable, Charmaine 19, 88
Graham, Nathaniel 88
Graham, Shemaka 88
Graham. Tameka 103
Grande, Stacy 103
Grant. Mike 110
Graves. Ron 104
Gray. Antonio 60. 88
Grebekain, Dan 58
Green, Elon 104
Gregory. Jeremy 26, 93
Gimlich, Jirmifer 70
Gray, Tony 60
Griffin, Kevin 54,55.64,88
Grimes, Eric 93
Grimes, Markita 79
Grooms, Maurice 110
Gross, Christopher 88
Gross, Deann 104
Grubb, Richard 79
Guerrero, Kristina 44,63.
Guess, Amanda 104
Guynn, Marshia 29, 31 , 73,
Guynn, Tashia 25, 27, 31,
44, 59. 80, 83
Hager, Alicia 53, 56, 66.
Hager, James 104
Hager, Joshua 12, 88
Hale. Marlon 88
Hall, Brian 104
Hall, Doug 104
Hall. Joseph 94
Hamby, Leanne 94
Hornby. William 48. 49. 73.
Hamilton, Jeffery 55. 94
Hamilton, Joey 104
Hamilton. Jowanna 94
Hamiler. Jowanna 16
Hammond. Jessica 8
Hampton, Keoni 80
Haney. Wade 88
Hankins, Sarah 88
Harding, Jason 94
Hardman, Brandie 104
Hardy, Shakira 88, 115
Harley, Jamille 94
Harpold. Dallene 63
Harpold. Richard 55. 112
Harrell. Timothy 88
Harris, Damon 30, 104
Harris. Donshey 104
Harris. LaShonna 35. 88
Harris. Rudy 104
Harris. Stephanie 8
Hart. Jason 104
Hart, Shannon 20,31,56,
72. 73, 80
Harvell, Keisha 104
Harwood. Mindy 104
Hasse, Edward 110
Hatton, Jeannette 14
Hauer, James 104
Hauger. Lisa 104
Hause. Danielle 104
Hawkins. Brian 56. 57
Hawkins, Troise 104
Hayes, Jeremy 13,88
Hayes, Larry 94
Helpling. Christina 35
Helton, Leonna 30. 88
Helton, Michelle 104
Hembd. Shirley no
Henderson, James 64.104
Henderson. Latasha 88, 94
Henderson, Marlena 104
Henderson. Shandale 94
Hendricks. Shawn 88
Henry, Sharon 104
Hepler, Michael 30. no
Herberto. Dan 58
Herring. Eric 104
HicLs. Ernest 80
Hicks. Glenda 94
Hicks. Melinda 104
Hicks, Rebecca. 13, 31 . 53,
Hicks, Mrginia 57
fJiggins, Kabec 80
Hiles. Laura 94
Hill. Keshia 29
Hill, Lorita 29.31,80
Hill, Natalie 34, 104
Hines, Denis 110
Hinton, Lashonda 88. 94
Hue, Wanda 94
Hix, Christal 104
Hobbs. Samuel 6. 13.26.
27. 28. 30, 31. 35, 58. 69.
Hobbs, Sophie 104
Hobson. Michael 35, 94
Hodge, Ronnie 30, 104
Hoff, Aaron 104
Hogan, Royce 104
Holifield, Memorie 35,
Holifield, Michael 94
31, 35, 52. 53, 56, 66, 67,
Hollins, Mitalia 94
Holloway, Latoria 94
Holloway, Lawrence 94
Holt, Jennifer 104
Hornak, Melissa 104
Hornak. Thomas 88
Hornbeak. Antonio 65.
Horrall, Darrick 25, 55,
Hoskins, Christina 31
Hoskins, Corey 104
Hoskins, Lonnie 34
Hoskins, Melissa 88
Howard, Clarence 94
Hubbard, Carrie 33, 46,
Hubbard, Julie 6, 72,
Hubbard, Kim 88
Hucks, Annamarie 94
Hudson, Tonya 104
Huffman. Otis 104
Huggins, Lance 31, 55,
Huggins, Robert 13, 110.
Hughes. Demand 94
Hull, Stephanie 94
Humphress, Amanda 104
Humphress, Melinda 104
Humphrey, Issha 104
HurU. Candice 104
Hunter. Shannon 51. 61.
Hurns, Michelle 80
Hurt. Todd 31
Hutchinson. Vicky 104
Hutton. Dion 88, 99
Imel. Johnny 104
Indya, White 104
Ingram, Mercedes 94
Ireland, Jennifer 6, 26, 27,
74, 80, 81
Ireland, Ron 110
Irish, Nate 88
Irvin, Greg 94
Isenberg, Jason 12, 34, 37,
Jablonski, Rebecca 26, 27,
Jackson, Jack 31, 55, 69. 94
Jackson, Shantrea 104
Jackson, Yamikki 94
Jake. Tim 94
Jameson. Marc 104
Janes. Bobby 94
Jaynes. Dale 88
Jefferson. Corey 104
Jefferson, Travis 88
Jenkins, Angela 104
Jenkins, Jennifer 88
Jenkins, Sandy 8
J ess up, Tim 113
Jett, Scotty 94
Jobe, Jacquelyne 88
Johnson, Brandy 30, 31,34,
35, 68, 53, 63, 81
Johnson, Carl 44, 62, 104
Johnson, D arret 1 104
Johnson, Denetrius 94
Johnson, Derik 94
Johnson, Frank 30. 104
Johnson, Jennifer 18
Johnson, Johnie 31,35
Johnson, Larry 55, 88
Johnson, Lashawanda 63.
Johnson. Michael 94. 99
Johnson, Mike 88, 94
Johnson, Samantha 104
Johnson, Steve 44. 55
Johnson, Susan 94, 104
Johnson, Tawanna 88
Johnson, Terry 30, 104
Johnston, Susan 104
Jones, Adris 104
Jones, Anne 88
Jones, Barbara 104
Jones, Brandi 13, 51, 70, 94
Jones, Gloria 110
Jones, James 30
Jones, Jamila 29,31, 81
Jones, John 104
Jones, Koattie 88
Jones, Marios 88
Jones, Mike 104
Jones, Shamberlely 73, 104
Jones, Teresa 95
Kristen, Carola 6, 27, 35.
Knox, Georgetta 95
Kandakai, Miatta 95
Karr, Robin 20, 30, 81
Keaton, Evelyn 27, 110
Keenan, James 55
Keller, Laura 6, 14, 20, 26,
Keller, Shelly 16. 110
Keltner, Robert 95
Kendall, Charles 110
Kendall, Roger 83
Kendrick, Britlani 104
Kendrick, Isaac 104
Kennebrew.Naila 30, 51
Kern, Josh 104
Keys, Harold 64,65,81
Keys, Jeffery 88, 95
Kidwell, Stacy 31
Killebrew, Jason 95
Kimball. Misty 88
Kimball, Sarah 104
Kimbrough, Amber 104
Kimbrough, Roosevelt 104
King, Damon 110
Kirby, Curtis 104
Kir by, Thomas 104
Knowles, Passion 104
Knox, Angela 104
Koman, James 6, 110
Koopman, Mary 60, 110
Kord, Dale 88
Kord, Danny 6, 88
Kord, Darla 52, 53, 88
Laakmann, Jennifer 88
Lacy, Angela 104
Lagle, Amy 104
Lake, Brooke 88
Lake, Donald 81
Lake. Jennifer 35, 56. 95
Lamar, Coynette 95
Lamb, Scotty 104
Lange, Monique 37,63, 72,
Lanier, Jenel 67
Lawrence, Marcus 104
Lawrence, Samantha 95
Le. Line 95
Ledgerwood, David 95
Ledgerwood, Douglas 95
Lee, Anthony 104
Lee, Ashanti 29. 104
Lee, Jason 95
Lee, Melissa 104
Leffler, Joanna 19, 110
Leflore, Dan 104
Lego, William 110
Leslie, Thomas 104
Leverenz, Melissa 24, 34,
70, 73, 104
Lewis, Christina 30. 81
Lewis, Devin 104
Lewis, Kednna 104
Lewis, LaTangia 89
Lewis, Shatina 95
Lewis, Thomas 36, HI
Lindsey, Angela 89
Lindsey, Kris tie 95
Linhart, Andrea 104
Lippard, Rebecca 29, 31
Liston, Veronica 95
Litleral. Patrick 49, 55. 95
Locander, Louis 55, 95
Logan, Aisha 95
Logan, Tonya 104
Logsdon, David 95
Loll, Frank 113
Long, Rebecca 104
Long, Thomas 55, 89
Lorrick, James 64
Love, Dujuan 89
Loveless, Melissa 28, 43, 63
Lovell. Kelly 104
Lowe. Kelly 3, 29, 89
Loyal, Allen 104
Lucas, Krista 28, 43. 95
Lucas, Kristine 95
Luckett, Lakisha 95
Luckett. Tekosha 95
Lumpkin. By rant 104
Lynch, James 8, 26, HI
Lyons, Michael 95
Mabry, William 104
MacAllister, Bruce 111
Macha, Anthony 95
Mahler, Terry 51
Mains, Cecil 106
Malone, Robert 40, 112
Malone, William 31, 48, 49,
64, 65, 81
Mann, Lesley 106
Manners, Matthew 95, 97
Manners, Mark 95
Manson, Eric 95
Manuel. Tier 94
Marcum, Sean 6. 62
Marlett. Melanie 106
Marshall, Fred 34, 89
Marshall, Natalie 18. 89
Marshall. Tracy 84
Martin, Brandi 16,94
Martin, Curtis 106
Martin, David 89
Martin, Jamie 89
Martin, Jarrett 89
Martin, Kevin 106
Martin, Leigh-Ann 73, 89
Martin, Nathan 94
Martin, Ned 31
Martin. Shontay 73
Martin, Tracy 44, 106
Martinelle, Stephanie 89
Marvin, John 106
Mason, Lamont 81
Masters, Angela 82
Matlock. Shanta 106
Malrau, Crystal 35, 53, 57,
Matthews, Mark 89
Matthews, Vanessa 106
Mattingly. Beth 106
Maxwell. Mike 17
Mays, Bert on 106
Mays, Michele 89
Mays, Sylvia 89
Maze, Jesse 89
Mc Adams, Jenny 63, 89
McCarley. Thomas 106
McClain. Angela 94
McClain, Mike 106
McClendon. Maria 89. 94
McClure, Brian 106
McClure, Jamie 82, 89
McClure, Stephanie 73. 106
McColley. Robbie 9. 82
McConnell, Daniel 106
McConnell. Paula 16
McCool, Melissa 106
McCoy. Robert 82
McCubbins. La'Tasha 106
McDonald. Grant 13. 14.
McDonald, Lisa 113
McDonald. Whinley 13. 26
McFarland. Carrie 82
McFarland. James 30. 106
McGinley. Charles 111
McGraw. Ronald 55. 94
McKee, Thad 13, 106
McKinney, Amanda 106
McKinney, Cherish 32. 89
McKinney. Mary 31.82
McMiller. Alisha 106
McMillian, Katheryn 35,
McNally, Jennifer 110
McNeil, Bradley 106
McNeish. Penny 12.111
Meadows, Brandi 96
Meek. Rebekah 19, 26, 27,
Merrifield, Patricia 98
Meyer. Shaunda 22. 96. 106
Michal, Leon 106
Milam, Lailee 26. 27.106
Milburn. Linda 113
Miles, Joni 106
Miller, Ebony 96
Miller. Steve 106
Minck. Nicole 106
Mitchell. Derrick 24,54,
Mitchell, Kurt 96
Mitchell, Shannon 31,89
Moenius. Dave 49
Moncrief. Dejuan 106
Monday. BJ. 106
Monroe. Christopher 89
Monroe. Mike 96
Moody, Amber 89
Moore, Andrianna 73
Moore, Anthony 106
Moore, Antonio 115
Moore, Bill 58
Moore, Darren 106
Moore. David 89, 100
Moore, David 106
Moore, Tomock 106
Morelock, Crystal 31, 56.
57. 60. 66. 67. 82
Morey, Joshua 31
Morphew. David 89
Morris. Justin 27, 28, 34,
35,37, 59, 60. 74. 82
Morton, Adriana 96
Moss. Bruce 15. 112. 113
Mullinex. Robert 11.96
Mullins. Barbra 106
Mumford. Christina 44. 96
Mumfor. Leslie 44
Mundy, Christopher 89
Mundy, Mike 24, 31, 44, 55.
59. 64. 65, 83. 113
Murphy. Tracy 89
Murrell. Edward 111
Murry. Jason 106
Muse. Amanda 22, 96, 106
Muse, Amber 106
Muse. Peggy 106
Mustain. Ralph 106
Niemann, Jeremy 89
Norfleet, Johnny 112
Napier, James 17
Napper, Robert 106
Nay, Paul Anthony 14, 44,
Nay. Viola 83
Neighbors, Misty 57, 96
Nelson, Arnold 15. Ill
Nelson, David 25, 26, 28.
Newhausel, Jason 106
Newkirk. Donna 106
Newkirk. Saundra 89
Nichols. Anthony 96
Nichols. Dorue 49
Nichols. William 29, 30, 37.
Niemann, Carla 96
O' Conner. Larry 30. 96,
Oatts, Tamaris 16, 96
Oder. Jonathan 106
Ogier. Rebecca 96
Oliver. Dewayne 89
Oliver. Sherry 89
Ollanketo. John 29. 30. 37.
Ollanketo. Michael 29. 30.
Olson. Elisha 89
Overshiner, Jennifer 106
Owens. Michelle 89
Owens, Paula 96
Owens, Titus 34.106
Owens. Vanessa 96
Pace, Chris 64,106
Pace, Melissa 89
Paff, Crystal 106
Page, Charles 55, 112
Page, Jennifer 82, 83
Page. Patrick 6. 17.55.69
Palmer. Ronald 24. 28. 31.
Palmore, Tanika 89
Parker. Karen 52. 53
Parker, Jessica 14
Parker, John 106
Parks, Amanda 96
Parks, Barbara 25, 35, 46.
72. 73. 89
Parksey, Donna 100
Parran, Kenneth 90, 96
Parrish, Jennifer 90
Partlow, Karl 96
Pasch, John 90
Past rick, Jarrod 96
Patick, Rayna 106
Patrick, Barry 111
Patterson. James 30. 44,
Patterson, William 106
Patton, Angela 90. 96
Pattan, Shawn 20, 35, 37
Peavler, Rachel 100
Penman, Calvin 90
Perch. John 49
Perdue. Jermifer 30, 62,
68, 82. 83
Perez-Gavilan, Teresa 27.
Perry. Amanda 106
Perry, James 29. 30
Perry. Jimmy 29
Perry. Yvonne 30. Ill
Peters. Doug 106
Peters. Jacob 34.37.90
Petty. Gerald 96
Petty. Kathryn 90
Petty. Sandra 15, 111
Phillips. Gladys 34.44
Phillips. Steve 64.106
Phipps, David 58, 106
Phipps, William 90
Pier sail, Jennifer 31, 53,
Pimpton, Cory 96
Piper, Jackilla 96
Pittman, Kyandra 35, 96
Pitts. Jennifer 106
Planalp. Sarah 9. 35. 90
Plew. Misty 16.44. 90
Poindexter. Angela 90
Polk. Princess 96
Pollard, Amirisa 90
Pollard, Heather 96
Porter, Keonna 97
Posey, Kevin 106
Poskey, Erin 106
Post on. Billy 106
Poteet. Michael 106
Potter. Jarred 34. 106
Potts. Thomas 90
Powell. Darron 22. 90.
Power. Audrea 66.106
Power. Gabriel 17. 90
Poynter. Daniel 14. 49, 55,
Poynter, Jessica 6, 22, 51,
Poynter, Karie 9, 22, 28,
Pratt, Mike 90
Praul, Crystal 24. 70,71,
Praul. Melissa 90
Freer, Latoya 63, 90
Preston, Harry 55
Price, Chad 26, 27, 28, 29,
58, 82, 83. 97
Price, Jason 44,97
Pr ingle, Kevin 106
Pryor, Cecil 34,97
Prysock, Niesha 97
Putnam, Lisa 90
Quarles, Deanrui 97, 1 14
Quarles, Jimmie 31, 44, 60.
Quarles. Tracey 84
Quiett. Lisa 97
Quinn. Rufus 97
Quinnets. Ricky 100
Rafferty. Trisha 82, 84
Raines, Michael 36, 97
Rains, Jeremy 97
Rains, Steve 106
Rangel, Raymon 97
Ratner, Nancy 111
Ray Jr. Johnny 47,62, 65,
Ray, Jeremy 106
Reece, Shelly 111
Reed, Antwan 97
Reed, Chris 90
Reed, Harry 49
Reed, Mike 16
Reed. Robert 64,106
Reeder, Stacy 97
Reedus, Jamaal 31, 35, 44,
Reeves, Kathleen 26, 44, 97
Relford, Natalie 106
Relford, Shana 84
Renie, Thomas 111
Reyna, David 64,106
Reynolds, Lillian 111
Rhinehart, Judith 106
Rhinehart, Robert 106
Richard, Mary arm 26, 44,
Ricketts, Thomas 106
Riedman, Rachel 106
Riley, Carrie 106
Rios, Christopher 30, 100
Rippy, Michael 106
Riskka, Corie 44
Roar, Toni 106
Roark. Carlissa 29, 30, 41,
Index, i: I
Roberts, Charissa 97
Roberts, January 90
Robertson, Tiffany 97
Robertson, Steve 90
Robertson, Sashah 90
Robinson, April 97
Robinson, Katrina 90
Robinson, Le'neice 73, 97
Robinson, Marlisa 108
Robinson, Mark 90
Robinson, Steve 90
Robinson, Tanisha 90, 97
Rogers, Jeremiah 106
Rojas, Heriberto 106
Rojas, Roberto 27
Roof Josh 26, 27, 28, 30,
31, 35. 58, 75, 82, 83, 84
Rodney, Farrah 19,31,63,
Roney, Kory 90
Ross, Christina 106
Rothwell, Kelly 9, 34. 90
Royal, Randy 106
Rucker, Travis 90
Rape, Shawna 28
Rush, Paula 106
Russo, Lindsay 28, 31, 43,
53. 81. 84
Rutherford, Angie 90
RyboU Jr. Richard 17.97
St. Lawrence. Cheryl 24.
Sams. Penny 106
Sams. Wayne 62. 97
Saulsbery, Rene 35, 63, 90
Schmidt, Kristina 106
Schroeder, Cristina 35, 97
Scott, Jennifer 24, 70.
Scott, Kelly 6, 84
Scott, King 111
Scott, Sf-iauna 97
Searcey, Derame 90
Searcey, Keon 97
Seeman, Lenny 26, 90
Sexton, Michelle 90
Sexton, Stephanie 111
Sharpe, Kenny 106
Shaw, Frankie 84
Sheets, Robert 31,49, 55.
Shelton. Devin 90
Sheppard, Christina 73. 97.
Sheppard. Latisha 73
Shrepshire, Fredrick 97
Shropshire. Fredrick 107
Simmons. Anthony 97
Simmons, James 34, 64
Simpson, James 1 7, 97
Sims, Doug 3 1,58, 84
Sims, Kathy58, 106
Singh, Jutinder HI
Sizemore. Angel 106
Skene, John 112
Skolburg, Robert 98
Skoskie, Melissa 108
Smartz. David 15. 112, 113
Smith, Craig 18
Smith, Darwin 6, 90
Smith, Eddriguez 30.
Smith, Heather 90. 108
Smith. James 28. 34. 73,108
Smith. Renee 73, 77, 84
Smith, Rodney 108
Smith, Sean 108
Smith, Shawntae 90
Smith, Shirley 111
Smith, Sunny 62, 108
Smith, Tiona 98
Snow, Philecia 90
Spalding, Robert 111
Spall, Richard 98
Spare, Richard 49
Sparks. Connie 108
Sparks. Justin 60. 108
Spears. Aimee 98
Spears. Errol 60. Ill
Speed. Jermaine 98
Spells. Monica 29. 98
Spivey. Kenneth 108
Spratt. Brandon 26. 27, 28,
29. 82. 83
Springer, Aaron 16, 26, 28,
Spurgeon, Tanya 19, 28, 43,
Spurier, David 108
Spurrier, Chad 85
Stacy, Mike 108
Stafford, Deanna 98
Sfajford, Ronnie 90
Stanback, Gregory 90
Stanley, Dan 14
Staples, Crystal 35,98
Staples, Linda 3 1.44. 85
Starks. Tennille 90
Storks. Watecsia 85
Starks. William 108
Starr. Kevin 34. 35, 73, 49,
Steele, Cindy 91
Steffey, Mandy 8
Steigerwald, Charles 108
Stephens, Shirely 111
Sterling, Samantha 108
Stevenson TV, Mitchell 111
Stewart, Darnell 91
Stewart, David 112
Stewart, Ella 98
Stewart, Jeremy 30, 85
Stiles, Tiffany 108
Stode, Holly 16
Stojoevich, Mike 23, 91
Stone, Michael 16, 98, 98
Stone, Thomas 34,37
Slotts, Nicole 98
Strickland. Letter is 108
Stringer, Demetria 31
Strode. Holly 19. 98
Stovall. Katrina 66
Sullivan. Heather 19. 26.
31. 68. 85
Sullivan, Jennifer 26
Sullivan, Kevin 31, 55
Surber, Daisy 35, 85
Sutt, Mike 108
Sutton, Angela 98
Sutton, Donna 111
Swan, Erin 44. 98
Taflinger, Steve 111
Talley, Cavin 98
Tandy, Darrin 98
Taylor. Jerry 69
Taylor, Keith 18, 91
Taylor, Keorma 34. 72
Taylor, Kyana 72, 73, 91
Taylor, Steve 108
Taylor, Titus 35, 91
Terry, Darron 1 15
Terry, Sarah 91
Terry. Sonya 98
Thalisan. Herberto 58
Thomas, Precious 108
Thomas, Rakeytra 108
Thomas, William 34
Thompson, Lawande 91
Tiernan, Michael 8. 50
Tinsley. David 108
Tolin. Heather 52. 53
Toliver. Antonio 108
Tompkins. Jeremiah 98
Torrence, Alfonzo 64, 65,
Torrence. Malinda 73. 108
Torrence. Rence 108
Townsley. Tonya 108
Tran. Phung 91
Trimble. Dustin 108
Tripp, Tiffany 70, 108
Trotter, Melissa 72, 73, 91
Troutman, Rhonda 31, 56,
Troxail, Anthony 98
Troxail, Melissa 91
Truan, Mike 9
Tucher, Jason 31,91
Tull, Elizabeth 6, 7, 26, 27,
81, 82, 83, 85
Turner, Cattie 98
Turner, Damon 98
Turner, Daniel 98
Turner. Diedre 30
Turner. Jennifer 91
Turner. Loretta 98
Turner. Lydia 109
Turner. Damon 47, 55
Turner, Shannon 85
Turner, Terry 109
Turnley, Cortia 98
Twitty, David 44
Tyler. Desirei 109
Uptegrove. Patrick 89. 91
Urban. Jeremy 109
Urich. Jennifer 31.41.51.
Veal. Nikila 98
Vespo.Joe 14.27. Ill
Vliy, April 109
Vo, Jimmy IS, 8
Valentine, Frances 111
Valentino, Robert 98
Wade, Tyla 109
Waites, Jurvan 109
Walda, Jennifer 91
Walker, Akamii 109
Walker, Herman 91
Walker, Jacqueline 44, 45,
70. 71. 73. 98
Walker, Jason 109
Walker, Madora 24, 110
Walkie, Jackie 70
Wallace. Chris 109
Wallace. Kelly 30
Wallace. Kyle 30. 48. 49.
Wallace. Mandy 24
Wallace. Vidal 16. 62
Walls. Tarruka 109
WaUer. Charles 18. Ill
WaUon. Troy 98
Walton. Wilbur 91
Ward, Christine 91
Ware. Sarah 109
Warr. Monique 98
Warren. Victor 98
Washington, Herman 8
Watford. Josephine 111
Watkins. Shawn 73
Watson. Kimberly 31, 85
Watson. Roxy 14 .113
Weaver. Chantise 109
Weaver. Jeffery 85
Weaver. Jennifer 31
Webb. Kenneth 109
Webb. Michael 64
Webb. Mikey 109
Webster. Marlys 109
Weidner. Cassandra 31. 35.
47, 62, 68, 85
Weidner, Gloria 68
Weinke, Amy 91
Welch, Destinny 99
Wellington, Domicia 109
Wells, Kenneth 109
Wells, Rodney 91
Whatley, Lakesha 91
White. Brandy 91
Whae, Coach 64
White, Janelle 29. 40. 44.
72. 73 . 91
WhUe. Keith 59. Ill
WhUe, Lindsay 35. 109
White, Schunita 91
Whitfield. Norman 109
Whitehead. Crystal 52. 53
Whittemore. Lynn 111
Wharton, Sony a 109
Wiggins, John 111
Wiggins, Sonya 22. 109
Wiggins, Tonya 109
Wiggs. Judith 109
Wiker, Becky 13, 35, 36,
Wildermood, Lance 40, 41
Williams Reggie 109
Williams, Brian 31, 64. 65.
Williams, Fred 35
Williams, Heather 109
Williams, Kerie 109
Williams. Padro 99
Williams. Robert 109
Williams. Sabrina 109
Williams. Tennille 98
Williams, Tonya 98
Willis. Crystal 109
Willis. Fred 91
Wilson. Adrienne 91
Wilson. Antwan 109
Wibon. Audie 109
Wilson. Chris 20, 48
Wilson, Jamaal 109
Wilson. Jeremy 58. 109
Wilson. Maria 109
Wilson. Mario 109
Wilson, Mike 34. 62 .109
Wilson, Steve 109
Wilson. Trisha 26. 27. 31.
32. 59. 60, 61, 85
Winchester, Joe 91
Wiseman, Sandra 111
Wix, David 91
Wolinsky, Debbie 111
Wooden, Lorirell 98
Woodfork. Basil 111
Woods, Betty 20. 113
Woods. Janet 28
Woods. Joseph 91
Woods. Natalie 73. 91
Woodson, Michelle 91
Wright, Tamika 31
Wright. Tiffany 73. 91
Wurster, Heidi 28. 31. 42,
Wynn. Kevin 91
Yarber, James 20, 111
Y eager, Joshua 16, 98
Yielding, Kristian 23
York, Lareina 29, 73, 91
York. Misty 30. 85
Young, Amanda 6,31,34,
Young. Eric 50
Young. Keith 29. 31. 49, 55,
Young, Shenae 109
Young, Wanique 98
Yowell, Rodney 16, 109
Zoeller. Aimee 9. 51. 59. 68.
Zurawski, Philip 111
Freshman Section Editors:
Sophomore Section Editors:
Junior Section Editors:
Norman David Nelson
Title Page Drawing:
Mr. Greg Shelton
The Hilltopper Staff wishes to thanks the many members of the
faculty, staff, and student body who helped and cooperated with
the production of the yearbook. A special thanks goes to parents
for their help, to Herff Jones and our representative Chris Frick,
and to Prestige.
Remember when . .
The 1938 Building
Some Firsts at Howe
Right: Highlights of the First
Year of the School's History
Dr. Howe's portrait presented
A portrait of Dr. Thomas Carr Howe
will be presented to the school by his
son, Mr. Addison Howe. Principal C. M.
Sharp will accept the gift. Dr. Daniel
S. Robinson, president of Butler Uni-
^■ersity, will give a few words of tribute
'0 Dr. Howe.
Mr. Harvey B. Hartsock. member of
Uie Board of School Commissioners,
''■ill present diplomas. Mr. Sharp will
present the James Whitcomb Riley
Medal and read the college scholarship
HIGHLIGHTS IN FIRST YEAR OF SCHOOL HISTORY
Above: In the May 29. 1941, issue of the
Tower, it was reported that a portrait of
Dr. Thomas Carr Howe was presented to
Seniors plan final activities
student speakers will stress the
theme, "Living Creatively," at the first
Commencement, which will be held at
8:00 p. m., Thursday in the school audi-
torium. Marilyn Eehymer will speak
on the theme as applied to the Individ-
ual. Miriam Jasper will apply it to the
Commurtity. Joseph Cottom to the'
School, and Tom Reese to the Class of
Above: Final activities are made for the
first Commencement at Howe in 1941.
6 — Four hundred and fifty students en-
rolled in the new Thomas Carr
Howe High School.
1-4 — Student Council organized.
16 — Sixty-eight boys answered call for
18 — School colors, brown and gold,
chosen in Student Council meeting.
29 — Dedication ceremonies.
First public performance of band at
Formal open house for Indianapolis
Public School Teachers.
30 — Open House to Public (approxi-
mately 8.000 guests attended).
7 — First pep session and all-school as-
sembly — held on main entrance
First track meet, at Washington.
11 — Twenty sophomore boys reported
17 — First report cards issued.
Flag ceremony inaugurated by Boy
Scouts of Troop 131. in charge of Mr.
Roy Horton custodian.
13— First athletic event held on the
Howe campus — Cross-country team
lost to Warren Central. 27-30.
lO^Boys' Auditorium. Mr. Richard
Sperry. airplane designer for Mar-
tin Airplane Compan}' of Balti-
more. Md.. spoke on "Opportunities
in Aviation Open to Boys."
20 — Girls' Auditorium. Miss Margaret
Forcht spoke to girls on "Different
Types of Commercial Vocations."
1 — Mr, J. S. Milligan gave lecture and
demonstration to General Science I
class on heating and \'entilation.
2 — Forty-five boys reported for fresh-
3 — Education Week observed by entire
Student Council granted charters to
Photography Club and Science
7— Monthly Inspection in classrooms
and home rooms inaugurated.
10 — Student Council granted charters to
Latin Club. Scout Meriting Badge
Club, and Publicity Club
"Howe Hornets" chosen by Student
Council as name for athletic teams.
Science Club visited State Board of
13 — Three Howe students. Alan Crapo,
Robert McMullen. Leslie Little.
played trumpets for Christian Men
15 — First basketball game. Double-
header with Southport. played by
Freshman "A" team and Freshman
16— City Science Teachers Club held
dinner meeting in Howe cafeteria.
17 — Student Council granted charters to
Drama Club and Spanish Club.
IS — First school dance. Thanksgiving
Sport Hop. Student committee
members: Harriet McEliienny.
Betty Anne Bourne, Shirley Lows,
Margaret Richardson, and Lillian
22 — P,-T. A. organized.
29 — Howe runners given first athletic
awards at assembly and christened
"Howe Hornets" The emblems, pre-
sented by Mr. Sharp, were brown
felt shields bearing the word
"Howe" and a gold hornet super-
imposed upon the shield.
5, 9— Book Week celebrated by all
10 — "B " basketball squad played its first
game at Whiteland.
14 — Flag presented to Howe by Junior
Auxiliary of American Legion Post
No. 38 at assembly by representa-
tives, Betty Harvey and Laura Mae
16 — "B" and freshman basketball teams
played at Warren Central.
Faculty Tea and Home Economics
ID— Miss Pollitt and Miss Guild enter-
tained Tech English faculty and
Howe faculty at a Christmas tea in
20 — First athletic event won by Howe —
Hornet reserves defeated Southport
Cardinals. Score, 30-15.
20. 21 — Christmas assembly given by the
Music Department under direction
of Mr. Beldon C. Leonard. Jo Ellen
Burroughs sang, A violin trio com-
posed of Beth Henderson, Muriel
Garrett, and Clyde Holder played
carols, George Stanley read the
Christmas story. The Sixth Hour
Chorus class sang.
21 — Christmas sport hop climaxed pre-
21-Januory 2 — Christmas Vacation.
2 — Back to school after Christmas va-
8 — Pep session held for city tourney.
Sc\-eral new yells learned.
10 — P.-T. A. card party and style show
at Block's. Models: Mary Alys
Werkhoff. Betty Myer. Suzanne
Conner. Lillian Lucas. Ruth DaVee.
Mary Mikels. Jean Huston. Jean
Lowe, Joan Oaks. Shirley Shreffler,
William Dearmin, Robert Winter,
12 — Miss Lois Gerdts. stylist at L. S.
Ayres & Co.. spoke to home eco-
nomics girls on "Clothing and Per-
sonality." Clothes modeled by Suz-
anne Conner. Joan Burscss. Betty
Noflke. and Mary Alys Werkhoff.
19 — Howe entertained its first visiting
basketball team. Freshman b^sl^et-
ball game with Shortridge at Ir\"-
ington Presbyterian church.
20 — First semester ended.
24 — Second semester began; 103 new
students enrolled. Five new teach-
ers added to faculty: Miss Ruth
Marie Price, Miss Thelma Cooley.
Miss Allen (full time), Mr. Fre'd
Lemley. Mr. Lewis Gilfoy.
Freshman played basketball game
Faculty honored new teachers at a
tea in home economics dining room.
26 — Howe freshmen won game at Broad
Ripple. Score. 44-18,
3 — "B ' team defeated Washington Re-
6 — First all-girls' party, sponsored by
Mrs. Loew. Girls entertained fresh-
man girls. Committee chairmen
were: Phyllis Jerome. Audrey Mil-
ler. Mary Elizabeth Donnell. Carta
Russell. Jo Ellen Burroughs. Suz-
anne Weesner, Billie Rech. Shirley
Lowe, Mary Elizabeth Schafer,
Marilyn Behymer, Geraldine Gates,
and Dorothy Troutman,
6— Girls of home economics depart-
ment served luncheon in home eco-
nomics dining room to high school
7— "B" basketball team defeated Tech
10 — Valentine Dance — third all-school
dance. Entertainment furnished by
Jo Ellen Burroughs, Jean Eich-
acker, Ruth Anne Rochford. Mary
Elizabeth Schafer, Margaret Ehlers,
and Willamarie Schlenz,
13— Dr. D. C. Demerline. of the Bur-
roughs Adding Machine Company,
gave demonstration of office ma-
chines to business training class.
14 — Freshman basketball team played
Six Howe girls were guests of Girls'
Athletic Club at Washington for
recreational games — Mary Eliza-
beth Schafer, Shirley Lowe, Betty
Jean Hoff, Ethelda Keiter, Melville
Weesner, Jo Ann Harmon.
Members of Junior Business Train-
ing classes visited Indiana Bell
21 — Freshman basketball team defeated
Broad Ripple, 15-10.
P.-T. A. dinner and open house.
24 — Robert Adams, president of Indi-
anapolis Literary Club, formally
presented to the school three etch-
ings and three oil paintings, gifts of
24 — Mrs. P. E. Lamson. Americanization
officer of American Legion Auxil-
iary of Irvington Post No. 38. pre-
sented to the school a silk American
flag gift of the organization.
"B" team played Park School.
27 — Seventy -seven boys answered
spring track call.
3 — Journalism Club chartered by
4 — Marilyn Behymer, Chester Gray,
Lillian Lucas represented Howe at
an all-high school style show at
6 — Report cards issued.
8 — First public performance of Boys'
Quartet: John Thomas. Alan Crapo.
Robert Prater. Ralph Rasico. Sang
for Mothers' Club, School 62.
13 — Safety inspection in classes and
16 — Athletic Awards Assembly — Re-
serve and freshman basketball
squads received first basketball
awards in history of school.
17 — Corrigan Hop — Saint Patrick's Day
dance sponsored by the athletic de-
20 — too Club organized.
20-24— Book Week — P.-T. A. Book
P.-T. A. meeting.
Home Room 127B, Mr. Lewis Gilfoy,
sponsor, won home room contest
for book contributions to library.
Mr. Don D. Burchard, assistant pro-
fessor of Journalism at Butler,
spoke to Journalism Club on sub-
ject of "How to Write a Feature
"THE HOWE TOWER" chosen for
name of school paper as result of an
all-school naming contest.
27-31 — Girls of food classes placed blue
stars on trays containing well-bal-
31 — Twenty-eight Howe boys composed
Opposite Page: The first edition of the
Howe Tower was passed out on May 22,
Aspiration — Activity — Achievement
Vol. I THOMAS CARR HOWE HIGH SCHOOL, INDIANAPOLIS, INDIANA, MAY 22, 1939 ' No. 1
Building, Athletic Field
To Be Started Soon
Plans are now being made for an ad-
dition which will be erected at the end
of the south wing and connected with
the present building. It is expected that
work on this building will be begun
during summer vacation and finished
by January, 1940.
Many Facilities To Be Provided
A cafeteria, located on the west side
of the ground floor, will seat from four
to fi\'e hundred students.
Dressing rooms and showers for the
gymnasium classes are to be located on
the east side of the ground floor. On this
floor will also be kitchens, storerooms,
refrigerators, cafeteria manager's of-
fice, employees' dining room, and teach-
ers' dining room.
Gymnasium To Be in Addition
First floor plans include a large gym
floor, divided into two rooms by folding
doors. This will make it possible to have
boys' and girls' gym classes at the same
time. When the doors are folded back,
the floor becomes a regulation size for
basketball. Against the east and west
walls will be folding bleachers. A me-
dium-sized stage and dressing rooms at
the south end will be used for assem-
blies. The girls will have their classes,
examination room, and gym office on
the south side of the gym, and the boys,
on the north side.
A large room for the band and or-
chestra and a room for the storage of
instruments will be located above the
foyer. Lighting from the outside will
come through prism glass.
Athletic Field in Front
The athletic field is to be in front of
the building. It is to consist of a quarter-
mile cinder running track and also a
220-yard straightaway for short races
and hurdles. In the center of the quar-
ter-mile track will be a sodded playing
field, large enough for football, field
hockey, or softball. Plans are also being
made for tennis courts east of the pres-
ent gravel path.
Will Be Achievement Pageant
First Violet Queen
Margaret Gordon will reign as first
'Violet Queen at the Pageant of Achieve-
ment on Friday. Her attendants will be
Marilyn Behymer, Ella Nora Tomlinson,
Eileen Edwards, and Jo Ann Harmon.
■Violet Queen was chosen as the title
because the site upon which the school
is built has long been known as 'Violet
MRS. THOMAS C. HOWE
Mrs. Thomas Carr Howe, widow of
the educator for whom this school was
named, sent this greeting to the first
issue of the school paper:
"A very pleasant day spent at your
school recently surprised me with the
rapid growth which has taken place
since the lifting of the first shovelful of
earth two years ago. Now you have a
well-equipped building, a principal sec-
ond to none, an office force, a staff of
teachers, and a librarian — all as fine as
any in the city. The spirit you ha\-e
(Continued on Page 15)
Ground-Breaking of School
Was Year Ago Today
The campus of Thomas Carr Howe
High School, previously known as "Vio-
let Hill," will be a colorful scene on
Friday afternoon, May 26, for the school
will celebrate the second birthday of its
ground-breaking with a "Pageant of
Achievement" to be presented on the
main entrance steps. The pageant will
be followed by an all-school May Fes-
tival dance in the gymnasium.
Girls of the physical education classes,
representing violets, will dance on
"'Violet Hill" in anticipation of the ar-
ri\'al of their "Violet Queen. As the
trumpet sounds from the tower, the phi-
losopher, the Spirit of the Tower, will
come to greet the Queeji'&ndTTelF Court
and welcome her to i the Palace,' of ■
1 1 the Palace; of
Queen Will Receive Year's Recbrd^S
The Queen will be impersoriafecf^b^""
Margaret Gordon. Her attendants will
be Marilyn Behymer, Ella Nora Tom-
linson, Jo Ann Harmon and Eileen Ed-
wards. Robert "Winter will represent the
philosopher. He will explain to the
Queen the change that has taken place
on ""Violet Hill" since her last \'isit of
a }'car ago and will present to her the
Parade of Achie\'ement composed of
representatives from each department
and activity. They will give to the
Queen scrolls containing records of
their accomplishments during the first
3'ear of the new school. One achieve-
ment of the physical education depart-
ment, a polyrhythmic drill, will be re-
enacted in honor of the Queen. The
Queen will recei\e a crown of \'iolots
and with it a new title. "The Spirit of
A boy and girl citizen, impersonated
by Charles Scheffe and Mary LaShorne,
will receive the Queen's charge of trust,
to sponsor the student body m emulat-
ing the citizenship qualities of Thomas
Carr Howe during the ensuing year.
The choir, under the direction of Mr.
(Continued on Page l.^i
Left: Madora Walker — Principal from 1992-1995 — Howe's last principal.
Left: Frank Tout — Principal from 1972-1992.
Far Left: Charles F. Ruschhaupt became Vice-
Principal after Mr. Charles McKay Sharp re-
tired and Thomas Stirling became principal in
Left: Bruce Beck — Vice-Principal, then Prin-
cipal (Acting Principal for Mr. Frank Tout)
Jelow Left: Nancy Reagan visited Howe for an anti-drug pro-
jam on February 4. 1988.
A Howeite looks back on the tower clock as his day of classes is
over; a graduate glances over his shoulder at the clock as the com-
mencement processional begins; and this year Mr. Charles M. Sharp
will walk from the doors below the clock for the last time as principal
of Howe High School. That clock was started at a signal from Mr.
Sharp 21 years ago, symbolizing the beginning of a school. For over
two decades, its hands have moved along with the passing years,
marking periods of learning, expanding, and achieving in the lives
of Howe students. It has become an integral part of the growing
school as classes have enrolled and graduated. Although the clock
records the passing of time, the HILLTOPPER for 1959 has stopped
time to record in its pages
Below Right; Samuel Kelley was Howe's first football
coach and Athletic Director (1939-1974) and the person
for whom the football stadium was named.
ight: This 1995 information was
ublished in a newsletter at
ar Right: This view of the build-
ig was the 1970's additions'
iew from the east side of the
Located Just south of Pleasant Run
Parkway in historic Irvinglon.
Totai enrollment 1.448
Long tradlUon of academic excel-
lence and Innovative programming.
Community Hospitals of
Indianapolis. Partnen In Education
Home to the "Intcrsesslon." 14-day
courses held aAcr winter break Ihat
range from scuba diving to gourmet
Juniors and Seniors benefited from
Internships at area businesses In
addltJon to classes.
Focused on indMduaJIy guided edu-
A School Based Decision Making
A Rc-Leamlng School In the
CoaJiUon of Essentia] Schools.
Principal Madora WaJker
In the beginning . . .
4 i I r
Above: Construction of the stadium was planned
in tine 1940"s. The stadium was completed Fri-
day, September 13, 1965.
Above is the drawing of the 1954 ad-
dition to the building. Below is what was
written about it in the Hilitopper at that
"Here it is! A big sneak preview of our
new addition. Someday (September, 1954,
we hope) classes in English, Math, Music
and Art will be moved to new quarters.
Classes were often disturbed this spring by
the sounds of a riveting machine or a busy
bulldozer, but teachers tried to ignore
them as visions of new classrooms danced
through their heads.
There's a new addition to the new ad-
dition too. Howe's new ROTC unit, com-
plete with rifle range, will occupy the sub-
basement. Fellows are really looking for-
ward to this, and some underclassmen are
eager to revise their schedules to include
the new program."
Middle Right: In 1973, teachers had to beat the construc-
tion workers to school to get a parking space.
Right: New wing in 1954 was being built.
T^'P Lett. The North r.
f'-- 'obby, and Med,a Center were he,n.h,
oeing built in 1973
Constructioa n I
Capt. David Jones Serves In Quan Loii
Thomas Carr Howe Graduate Wins 26th
DAVID J. JONES
Capt David J. Jones is serv-
ing in Quan Loi, Vietnam,
where h^^was promoted to bis
' present rank on Oct 5.
He is commanding officer of
Headquarters Company, 1st
Battalion, 28th Infantry.
Capt Jones has been in
Vietnam since August He
served 20 montlis with the 2d
Logistical Command on Oki-
He was graduated in 1964
from Thwnas Carr Howe High
School and attended Butler
University before he entered
the Army in October, 1965.
Capt. Jones' wife, Sandra,
and parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Hubert L. Jones, live in Indi-
.Army SP5 Rainer V. Bauer,
?10-year-old son of dVJr. ' and
.^Mrs.' Robert R. Bauer, 5348
^itxington Avenue, a crew
^eilef in Company A of the 4th
iWantry Division's 4th Avia-
Ition Battalion near Pleiku,
ISetnam, received the 26th
Inprd of the Ar Medal March
»fc near Pleiku.
^ple received the award for
(Mnbat aerial support of
.pound operations in Vietnam.
Specialist Bauer volunteered
for service the day following
his graduation from Thomas
Carr Howe High School in
Many Howe students died in Vietnam.
Ex-Howe Pupil Is Hero In Vietnam Ba_
' • The death of a'' 20-year-old
Indianapolis • soldie^. In the
Vietnam war has been report-
ed by ;the Defense, Depart-
ment';.::; ■ ■ ;0 ■■.;/» r** ■ ,■ . '' V ■:•
■ Pfc, William S.' Riggs, son
of 'Mr.-^and Mrs. ; William H..
Riggs; . .5527 , University, was ^
killed i=^eb. 15 in combat near';:
.Saigon. '^^'J^^f''' ''"^^
Riggs had been -in^ Vietnam i
, since last October; He was sta-'i
tioned with the Ist Air'Ca\miry^
Division; He was a;j966 8r*|fe
■ate of Howe^W]^"S^<»L |;|:;
-, Other suryfvbrii ?l>^sldes **'
parents are -brothers.,
. Ray, MitcheU ".Ov' Joseph
rand Jeffrey Marie Riggs.
Lance Cpl Jack L. Palton
has been promoted to the rank
of corporal, and recommended
for the Bronze Star Medal for
against the en-
emy in' Viet
He also wil
be given a resi
tjon leave : for
capture of an
e n em y s o 1-
dier. ■ ' .'
Cpl. . Patton,
a rn achinegun
squad leader, killed six of the
• enemy, captured a North
Vietnam soldier, and was shot
,m the head by enemy .'fire, all
in a day's battle \V' ■'.' . ■
His outfit was, sweeping a
'road^where a convoy had been
ambushed the ■ day before,
V when ""the enemy- opened fire.
.'Patton had to fire from a
'standing position, and became
"■a target for enemy grenades.
( He grabbled one up and hurled
jit away from his position
before it exploded.
• He killed an enemy ma-
chinegunner who just had
killed one of his men.' As he
moved ahead of his. squad, he
wasiknocked down by sniper
fire. which dented his helmet.
M>?;Patton charged the" sniper's
t,;positionV- behind a knoll .and
tkiUed-'hiTi with a'grenade.'Ji^e
^captured a » slightly -wounded
"'.enemy Tsoldier, in.t'thatJ area;
;; aisq^:;'^;- ■ ' :\ ; -•: '\^': ^v:' -5' ;^-.''";
'•/'■'Patton .was graduated ''in
;>;i9S6^from-Thomas Carr Howe
^High; School.:'; 'h^""-'-;^""'''
:''''' He" is'the-son of Air' Force
5;;T-Sgtr.and' Mrs. John " C.
;rPatton, stationed now ' at
^ Austin,. Tex., and is ai grand-
i^'.son-' of Mrs. ■ Frances ■' Little,
,.;.I862' Mllburn , Street.-;His' 13-
'.' month tour of duty in Vietnam
took basic training at San
Diego, Calif., and at Camp
Gary M. Andrew, son of Mrs.
Mary L. Andrew, 2621 East
Wade Street, is
home on leave
a fter complet-
ing 36 weeks of
technical a v i
a tion electron-
ics training at
Air Station at
Me m p h i s,
' A fter April
24, he will be stationed for the
next two years at Quonset
Jr. is serving wiCh the 198Ui
Light Infantry Brigade at Chu
Below: Many Howe students also died in WW II.
Uncle Sam's Howe patriots
discuss defense efforts
He has received his wings
for 30 missions over enemy
territory as a "door gunner"
in a helicopter, and has been
awarded the Cbmbat; Infantry
Badge. . ' . ' ',.'■,
He enlisted 'Jan. 3, 1967,
md received training at Fort
Jackson, S.C; Fort Lewis,
Wash., and Fort Hood, Tex.
He has been in Vietnam since
September, 1967.; He attended
Thomas ';Carr' Howe '. High
School...,.,-/ j' ■. '.„'.'.': ,, , ,, 'jK.'-.,
■ His-;' parents - are _ Mr. '."and
3218:Engli sh>^-^t ie::^:„^;g^
Defense savings and activities are
prominent in the minds of Uncle
Sam's nieces and nephews at Howe.
when my old rubbers wear out, I
won't be able to buy any new ones."
Ethelda Kciter, however, questions,
"I wonder if we'll be having our rub-
ber shoe soles relreaded."
Skate and save
Among leading patriots are Ann
Todd and Sara Jo Puekett. " 'Skate
and Save' is our motto," Ann ex-
claimed upon questioning, "we plan
to start a new fad: roller skating to
"It's a fine idea," agreed Jack
Hart and Burnside Marriott, "but
we'll ride our bikes as long as bi-
cycle tires are obtainable."
Karolyn Gould views the rubber
shortage optimistically: "Just think.
Sleepy, puzzled faces around Howe
are the result of Central ^War Time.
"Will I never learn to go to sleep at
8:30 and awaken at 6:00?" Betty
Schriner sleepily asked her locker
partner one morning.
Bob Eicher now has a legitimate
excuse if he is tardy. At 7:00 A. M.
in University Heights Bob can't see
the bus, and the bus driver can't see
Any sugar for Hies?
Ellen Aldag's problem is certainly
unusual. She questions, "Will Uncle
Sam issue raticn cards for the flies
I'm breeding? Biology or no, I refuse
to give up any of my sugar allotment
Novel ideas for patriotism: Jean-
ette Ballard believes every woman
should remodel her old felt hats.
Suzanne Conner suggests triple dat-
ing to save on car use. Claralee
Myers prophecies a scarcity of novel
buttons. In self defense, she is there-
fore collecting and saving old but-
They're gone with the draft
'•^''^ tether i '"'^'on,
"y nursine .
John. i. , ." ^""o;^. . - at Tr,
Howe students are feeling the draft,
and not the kind you catch cold from
Eleanor Bailey has said farewell to
Howe and is now in Mississippi with
her family. Her father was called to
It's an ill wind that blows nobody
good. Howe now has a promismg new
student, Juanita Neidernhofer. She has
attended 32 schools, coming here from
Elmhurst Jr. High in Oakland, Cali-
fornia. Her father, an aviator, is now
stationed at Schoen Field, Fort Har-
Kathleen Wilson's brother has an-
swered the "Call of the Draft." Bert
Edwards and George Fullen report
Jo Ann Va
cousins on a gunboat en route to Hawaii.
Robert Reuter's father v/as summoned
to 'Washington and Robert is no longer
at Howe. Mary Lyday and Marie Tyr.er's
brothers have been enlisted under
Teachers at Hov/e v/'no are registered
for service are: Mr. William Chris-
tiansen, Mr. George P. Farkas, Mr. Mil-
ton Gamble, Mr. Lewis Gilfoy, Mr.
Darrell Gooch, Mr. Francis M. Hov/ard.
Mr. Samuel T. Kelley, Mr. Beldon C.
Leonard, Mr. Frank Noffke, Mr. Wayne
A. Shrum, Mr. William Smith, Mr.
Henry F. Thomas, Mr. Frank S. 'V/at-
kins. Mr. Byron L. Willis, Mr. Merle
Wimmer, Mr. Raphael W. Wolfe, and
Mr. Elwood L. Yeager.
'>^an^':..' /ather ['•
Vie l"-^ ^as
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gust '; ^'ssisti^'^'h^^^'^"^ -^'^-
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are h""'"' V/.-'^'s
s f;°<'"i,ear '^""J'a
'arniiy^ ^fned '
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roth'''""'ns <;?' "^e
Howe .students saved and volunteered to help in the war
Parents To Receive
PFC Shaw's Medals
The Bronze Star and other
decorations will be awarded
posthumously at 10 a.m. Tues-
day at Fort Benjamin Harrison
to the parents of Stephen W.
Shaw, United States Army
PFC a graduate of Thomas
Carr Howe High School, who
was killed in action June 17
The awards, mcluding the
Purple Heart, Good Conduct
Medal and Combat Infantry-
man's Badge, will be presented
to Mr. and Mrs. William Shaw,
4605 English Avenue.
Bpfore his death, Shaw had
received the National Defense
Service Medal, Vietnam Serv-
ice Medal, Vietnam Campaign
Ribbon, Expert Badge with
machine gun and Sharpshooter
Badge with rifle.
He was kiiled during a Viet
Cong attack while on a re^n-
naissance mission north ol
STEPHEN W. SHAW
He was graduated from
Howe in 1963 and served a
four-year apprenticeship with
the Western Electric Company
as a tool and die maker. He
entered the service in Novem-
tier, 1967, received his basic
training at Fort Campbell, Ky.,
and went to Vietnam last
April. He was a member of
the Marion County Young Re-
Dies In Viet,
Toll To 448
The number of Hoosier serv-
icemen killed in the Republic
of South Vietnam climbed to
448 yesterday 'with the an-
nouncement that Army SFC
John R. Ponting, 31 years old,
7238 Twin Oaks Drive, Apt
E, was killed in action.
Sgt. Ponting was a member
of the 173d Airborne Brigade
and died in combat Nov. 22.
He was a native of Sumner,
Mo., and had been in the Army
since .Jan. 1954.
He served a tour of duty
in Germany and came to In-
dianapolis in 1963 as an ROTC
instructor. His last assignment
before going to Vietnam last
August was at Thomas Carr
Howe High School.
Survivors include the wid-
ow, Mrs. Thelma D. Ponting;
two sons. Tod L. and James
Loren Ponting; a daughter,
Toni; a brother, Richard Pont-
ing, Sumner, Mo.; two sis-
ters, Mrs. Mildred Van Sickle,
Kansas City, Mo.; and Mrs.
Theresa Poster, Sumner, Mo.;
and his parents, Mr. and Mrs.
James R. Ponting, also of Sum-
Remember when . . .
Right: King Dwight Brown and
Queen Gina Bowles took tiieir walk
down the Homecoming Court.
Left: Top Row Right: Bruce Beck,
1960. Top Row Left: Virginia Moore,
1952. Second Row Left: Richard
Hammond, 1960. Second Row Right;
Ellen O'Drain, 1954. Third Row Left:
Patricia Aman, 1968, Third Row
Right: Ron Finkbiner, 1967.
Below: Remember when Dick Har-
pold coached the track team of 1975?
Bottom Right: Remember when hair
was often worn high on the head? Pat
Aman appears this way in 1965.
Below: The proud juniors display their creative float from earlier
years when Howe had many floats.
Left: Stacy Gaines takes a big leap in the
1982 gymnastics meet.
Below: This ticket was sold at the last bas-
ketball game played in the North Gym.
Below: Alumni visited the South Gym for the
last time after the game February 24. 1995.
and were presented with a cake at the reun-
i Above: Coach Thompson discus.ses the plays with the
basketball team of 198
Above Right: Dick Harpold reveals the days when long
hair and beards were popular. He, being a teacher, was
a little late with the fad — 1981.
Right: Do you remember Coach Woods with her volley-
ball team in 19X2'
.Acti\ ities and People
To Howe, we're loyal;
we hail thee, Alma Mater,
We're proud of your colors;
We'll fight for you,
and we'll always be true.
To Howe, be honor
and glory everlasting!
We'll praise your courage
Oh, hail, Howe High!
Music by Eldon C. Leonard
Words by Marjorie Jones
People and Activities
i,.n the w*>. •-'Anderson made ^ •"'y,'?"^*'?"^-* "' -'^'^ ^^ ^~
3^wi»'»nd Muld connect 'in--X-, ^Tl"'. ••'"'""« '""■""^'^' -;
^J'fOnly seven if 19 field attempts J(^,f Although Anderson out-re- '
"/.while" Howe'hlt'on' ten *of,,18^ ^Ftounded' Howe 41-19, ,the In-f
?j»ha\a to'iak'e a 22-16^1ead •t''*^-^<^'an^^\2eI:e 'htirt.In 'two other",
'f the ''en<l%f the first 'quarter '^department»—4fro'rs^and shoot- ^
'■*^The 'Hornets "increased their >' •?« Xnderson committed . 12 ^
iniSj i-..it. ■■x-i"*'-^ derson team could manage only ,
Field coals at the start of - ,.-- ,, , . ,« iT^ » *
- i v 1^ V ' « „ •.» * , — ' 15 field goals in 66 attempts i-.
',- the second half by Bill Mauck "^
■^ V^ *•% ^> ' * -> / -^-^^ ^^ > '^
•< and ^Tom Harvey -closed ,the ' ,
•' gap to 88-34 before the Howe'
iToffense picked up ,to Regain
f" their eight point lead and then" >.' pointed out that the Hornets^"
'•''push their advanUge'^to '6440 ^f >ave" personally side-lined the |
t r»w- -j" V »!."'"-' """-i ''"' '.iO fifth and Bxth ranked teams in '
*« at the end of three quarters, 'f-^' ,- , . , - , ^. - ^ ,__ »
. ^ While ' such terms as Cm- ^
derella team and miracle^ men
are being used to describe^ \
Howe's team, it should be
the state during the past two
Andersons fuU-court ^press . ^„^ j,ot even /Columbus,
Jicut Howe's marginjtoJ9-62_/i who" has" played only one top-
'iwlth five minutes rema\nlng in '^n^ ranked team (Anderson) ,' can
s the game Then with thre'e ^ «>»1'« that .claim. Howe de-
' minutes ti go the Indians were »«"«? *" ''* ''^"? ** *» *°'*»y-
■^ behind only 61-58
Do you see anyone you know?
-Z<',. Tyini attempU nlMad .> >
r^' .with 13 seconds left In "the 'l
K game and tiie "score 'at 66-64,'%
■f-i -; -->>.\^ <.-»^^.iv«m; •;»-,v^.- •■.';■. .«*y> j
•J-Clevenger vjrot .^a "^ screen *but ;^
^tmge^kiid iuso'ibe^^Dound aU?
^emptr7Jon^ejrnolds :: grabbed^
arthe -rebonnd-and passed 'to -Ric^t
gBurrell ^ho ^was '^foaled. ^'Bur- j,
arell sank the two .free .throws <
Win to insure~the victory.'?.,,^
Bottom Left: Do you recognize any-
one from the National Honor Society
ji<^Chuck :Mundy!Oiad -16 iioihts, C
WBrent 'AndeiTOnTi,^!!? Pettee !?
Above: Do you see Becky Smith, Pam O'Haver. Debbie Bridgeforth, or Carrie Shepard. Hornet
Honeys of the 197()"s?Tiie Hornet Honeys" group was later renamed the Highsteppers. Remember
bell bottoms from this period of time?
1 36/People and Activities
Then and . . .
Lelt: Remember when proms and dances were in the
Below Right: Remember when Vietnam selective serv-
ice cards might show a 2A rating'.'
Bottom: Maybe, graduation will be on the hill as it was
in the early 1960'.s.
People and Activitie.-^ 13'
1995 ACTIVITIES INDEX
Charllt Adant-Footban 4 jmn. Wrestling 3 yean
Rea Adam»-Sage Design
RyaB Adam>— Sage Crew 3 yean 1 year Manager
Summer Altxandci^Junlor Class Coundl
Jaime Bohannon— Swimming, Band-Drum Major,
Math Chib, SpeUtowI, Academic Superbowl, Spanish
Chd), MoMor Program, Nattooai Honor Society,
Tamara Boyd— Marketing Ed Program
Rconaa Bullock— Track, DrlO Team, Marching Band,
Jxmlor Student Coundl, Highstepper, Mentor Propam
Robtrt Burford— Tennb, Track, Hmtot KoO
Kasiaadra Buster-Band. l.CT.
Kenneth Comba— FoodMOl
Dennis Coo k— Basketball. Track, Cross Country
Kelsha Cooper-Mixed Choir 1, 1.CT.-4
Andy Dammeyei^-Gdf 4 years. Mentor
Andrea Dearth— dean Team, Mentor, Orchestra 4
years. Vanity Singen 3 years. Concen Oiolr 4 yean,
Muskzab 4 years. Plays 3 years, Theq>lan 3 yean,
SupeiboK^ 3 yean. Tower, International Qub,
Ricky Duke— Track and Held
Nicole Duncan— Golden Gab 3 yean Captain, Mat
Maldi 4 yean 2 yean Captain, Concen
Choir, Vanity Singers, Success WlthoM Drugs, Senior
Flay, Musicals, Brain Game, National Honor Society,
Thespians, Senior Qass President, Co-Valedktorlan
Albert BUI*, Jr.— Football, Tower, Play: 'Arsenic and
Enrique Garcia— Senkir Flay, Musical, Fashion Stiow,
Amanda Gomes— Golf
Kristlna Guerrero— Golden Gals, Student Council
Marsbia Guynn— Tradk, Cheerleadlng 3 yean.
Student Council, Senior Qass Council, Howe Mentor
Program, Center Leadenhip Devdopment, DECA.
Wlnterfest Homecoming Queen
Tashia Guynn— Cheerleadlng 3 yean. Student
Council President. Senior CUss Vice President, National
Honor Society, Center for Leadership Development,
Howe Mentor Program, Upward Bound. 1994 Homecom-
Twanncttc Harrington— Honor Ron. Drtll Team,
Orchestra, Junior Qass Secretary, Student Council, Math
Qub, Senior Mentor, Community
Shannon Hart— Highstepper 2 years. Volleyball 3
years, Cheeileader 1 year. Mentor 1 year
Lena Heffncr— Boys Basketball Manager
Lcvla Hcffner-Highsteppen,DrUl Team. Boys
Rebecca Hicks— VoUeyfoall 4 yean 1 year oq>tain.
Basketball 3 yean, Scf tball 4 years. Success Without
Drugs 4 years. Senior Mentor, The Learning Park. Honor
Roll 4 years. Powder Puff
Lorlta Hill— Basketball Cheerleader 3 yean. Football
Cheerleader 2 yean. Track 2 yean. Basketball manager
3 yean. Student Coundl 2 yean W\sx President, Drill
Team 2 years. Mentor 4 yean, DECA 4 years. Junior
Achievement 4 yean. Fashion Show 2 yean
Sam Hobbt— Soccer 4 yean 1 year captain, Most
Improved Player Freshman year, Qean Team 3 years.
Varsity Singen, Choir, 8 Howe musicals, Howe play. Vice
president thespian 2 years. Junior Class Coundl, Senior
Class Officer, Honor Roll
Jennifer HoUenbaugb— V(dleybaU4years,
BasketbaU 4 yean 1 year captain, Softball 4 years.
Orchestra, Clean Team, LC.T. English
Antonio Hornbeak— Baskett>all
Jennifer Irelandr-Soccer Manager. Mat Maids.
Nadonal Honor Sodety, Svq)ertx)wl, dean Team 4 yean.
Senior Play. Musical, Orchestra
Brandy Johnson— Golden Gals 2 yean. Mat Maids 4
years, Scrftball 4 yean. Basketball Stats 2 yean. Concert
Choir 2 yean. Vanity Singen 2 yean. Musicals 2 yean.
Senior Play 2 yean, Success Without Drugs
Laura Re 11 ei^— Concert Choir, Vanity Singen, Brain
Game.White River Academic League, Supertwwl, Senior
Play, Spring Musical, WHOW, Tower, Indiana Association
of Students aS French, Pen Points, Senior Menton
Harold Keys— BasketbaU, Mentor
Carola KIrsten— Crosscountry, Tennis, Intemadonal
Christina Lewis— CO.t
Melissa Loveless— Golden Gals, Tower, HUltopper
William Malone-Baseball 4 yean, BasketbaU 2
years. Mentor 1 year, Qean Team 3 yean, 2 yean MVP
Ktrry Marsh— Golden Gals, Powder Puff, Senku-
Mentor, Honor Roll, 21st Century Scholar, The Learning
Park, Upward Bound
Carrie McFarland— Crosscountry 2 yean,
Basked>al] 2 years. Track 1 year. Mat Maids 1 year, LC.T.
Antonio Moore— Wresding 3 yean
Josh Morcy— Football 3 yean. Wrestling 3 years.
DBCA 2 yean, Howe Senk>r Meitton
Justin Morri*— Tennis. Student Coundl. Senior Play,
Math Oub, Concert Choir, Varsity Singers. Band
Michael Mundy— Football Captain. Basked>all. Track,
Outstanding Defense Player, Channel 13's Player of the
Week, Clean Team, Math Qub, Mentor
Ronald Palmci^Founderof WHOW, Clean Team.
Bible Qub, Sentor Mentor, Cross Country, Track
Jennifer Perdue— Crosscountry 3 yean, Track 3
yean. Basketball, Matmalds, C.O.E., Executive Service
Jennifer Pier sail— Cheerleader 2 yean. Basketball 1
year, Softball 4 yean. Clean Team 3 yean. Honor Roll 4
Daniel Poynter— Football 3 yean. Baseball 4 yean 1
Jlmmle Quarles— Crosscountry, Track, Tennis,
Student Coundl, Mentor
Trisha Rafferty— Highstepper
Jamaal Recdus— Crosscountry, Track, Basketball,
Wrestling, Concen Choir, Student Council, Howe Mentor
Shana Rclford— Basketball 2 years. Drill Team 1
Joshua Roof— Soccer 4 yean 1 year captain 2 yev
Best Mental Attitude, Sentor Qass, Senior Play, Musical,
Academic Superbowl, Qean Team, Stage Crew, WHOW,
Pen Points, Prelude Awards, Thespian Sodety Vk:e-
presldent, Honor Roll, Senior Mentor,Concert Choir,
Vanity Singen 2 yean
Farrah Rooney- Golden Gals 2 yean. Senior Class
Rep. 1 year. Mat Maids 3 yean. Mentor 1 year, Junior
Class Coundl 1 year
Lindsay Russo— Volleyball 3 yean, BasketbaU 3
yean, Softball 4 yean, Clean Team 4 yean. Tower
Editor, Senior Play, Honor Roll, Suge Crew, Pen Points,
Senior Mentor, Student Council
Charles Saunders— Track and Field
Frankle Shaw— J.R.O.T.C
Doug Sims— Soccer, Wrestling
Renec Smit h— Cheerleader, Band, Science Club
Tamika Smith— Golden Gals
Aaron Springer— Brain Game, Academic Supertx>wl,
German Qub, Senior Play, Science
Chib, Math Dub, Pen Points, Tower, HUltopper
Tanya Spurgeon— Golden Gals, Tower, HlUtopper
Linda Staples— Senk>r Mentor, Student CouncU,
Clean Team, Honor RoU 4 yean
Carrie Stree t— Track, Cheerleader, Student Coundl,
Heather Sullivan— Mat Maids, Senior Mentor, Stage
Crew, Howe Art Festival
Kevin Sullivan— Football Captain, Math Club, Senior
Jeff Sutter— FootbalL Basketball, Black Sodety Club
Robert Swanlgan— Football, Letter Winner, Sute
Honorable Mention, All-County
Rhonda Troutman— VoUeyball 3 yean Best Mental
Attitude 2 yean. Senior Mentor
Elizabeth Tull— Concert Choir 4 yean. Vanity
Singen 3 yean. Brain Game 4 yean, Wiilte River
Acskdemlc League 2 yean, Academic Super Bowl 3 yean.
Spell Bowl 3 yean, Thespians 3 yean. Clean Team 4
yean. Senior Mentor, 6 Musicals, Senior Play 2 yean.
Tower, National Honor Society 2 yean. Senior Qass
Jennifer Weavei^SoftbaU 3 yean, Band 3 yean,
National Honor Sodety 2 yean, Wlnterguard, Senior
Mentor, SpeU Bowi 2 yean, French Club, Student
CouncU 3 yean
Cassandra Weldnei— Crosscountry 4 yean
Captain 2 yean. Mat Maids 4 yean Captain 2 yean.
Track 4 yean Captain 2 yean. Cross Country IPSAC
Championship, 2 Mttslcals, Summer Musical, Senior
Musical, Senior Mentor, Concert Choir, Honor RoU 2
Scott Wessel— Football 4 yean Captain 1 year. Senior
Mentor, Assistant Athletic Director
Brian Williams— Varsity BasketbaU 3 yean 2 yean
Mental Attitude Award. Mentor Program
Trisha Wilson— Swim Team 4 yean Most Improved 1
year Mental Attitude 1 year Captain 1 year. Marchlni ii
Band 4 years. Pep Band, Concert Band 4 yean. Math
Qub 2 yean, SpeU BanA, Super Bowl 2 yean, Mentor
Program. French Qub, Math Contest, French Contest
Kristlan Ytldlng-Wheekhair Basketball for the
Paoen Wheelchair Team
Tara Baker— VoIleyl>aU 3 years. Basketball 3 yean,
SofdMdl 3 years, Chc^
Vlckl Beck— BaskedMU 3 yean, Softball 3 years.
Nadonal Honor Sodety. Editor of HUltopper
Dlanna Bennett— VoUeybaU, Track Co-Captain,
Brandlc Bowen— Track. GoUen Gab, Mat Maids 3
Josh Bowling— BasebaU 2 yean, Food>aU
D e n n 1 s B oy d— FootbaU, BaskettMB, BasebaU
Jamie Boyd— Crosscountry, Track, Concert Choir,
Amanda Brewster— Varsity Cheedeadlng, Varsity
Julie Bridget-Mat Makb 2 yean,Varslty Tennb 3
Chris Brown— BasketbaU
Annie Burford— Cheerleader 3 yean. Varsity
Tennb 3 yean 2 yean Most Improved Player, Cross
Country Best Mental Attitude. National Honor Society,
Sharanda Carr-BasketbaU 3yean
Tracye Childrcs*— E.S.C. Mentor Program. Brain
Angle Clark— Cheerleader for FootbaU,
Shawn Cllne— BasebaU 3 yean
Chester Combs— FootbaU, Track Mental Attitude
Tina Cornett— Basketball. Band, Jazz Band
George Dard In— BasketbaU
Darnell Davi >— R.O.T.C, BasketbaU, Track
Lam D o— FootbaU, Baseball, Qean Team
Paulina DeVore—VoUeyt>aU 3 yean. Orchestra
L e a fy D u n n a m— Swimming, Golden Gals, Mat
Alicia Bncarnacion—Hlghsteppen, Choir,
Executive Corps Mentor Program, HUltopper
Kawam Evans— Football, BasebaU, Track. Tech
Prep, Art Contests
Corey Fields— BasebaU, Success Without Drugs,
21st Century Scholanhlps
Malsha Garrard-E.S.C., Center of Leadenhip
Frank Goldman— Football Band
Christopher Gross-Golf,J.R.O.T.C. Rifle Team,
Jason Hamby— Varsity BasebaU 3 yean. Vanity
Shakira Hardy— Cheerleader, Highstepper
Darrick Horrall— FootbaU Most Valuable Player
Melissa Hoskins— Orchestra
Carrie Hubbard— Swimming Captain, Band Drum
Shannon Hunter— Swimming, Varsity Tennb 3
Anne Jone s— Track, GoUen Gab, BasketbaU Suts,
Darla Kord—SoftbaU, HUltopper
Monlque Lange— Cheerleader, Golden Gal
Sylvia Mays— DrUl Team
Kathryn McMillan— Soccer, German Qub,
Student Coundl, Musk:al, Conceit Choir, White River
Rebekah Meek- Vanity SoftbaU 3 yean. Vanity
Soccer, Varsity Cheerleader 1 year, Highstepper 1
year. Concert Choir, 1 Musical, Intemadonal Qub,
Editor of Tower, Qean Team, Goklen Gab 1 year
Norman Nelson— Thespians Sodety Treasurer,
WHOW, 3 Senior Plays, 4 Muskrab, HlUtopper, Tower
DeWayne Oliver-Track, FootbaU
M I c h e 1 1 e w e n s— National Honor Society
Melissa Pac e— Nadonal Honor Society
Barbara Parks— Hlghsteppen, Track 2 yean
Misty Pie w— Student CouncU, Hlghsteppen
Angela Poindextei— National HonorSodety,
Center for Leadership Devek>pment, SPAN
Karie Poynter— Vanity Tennb 3 yean,
Cheerleadlng 2 yean. Mat Maids. Newspaper, dean
Team 2 yean, HUltopper, French Qub
Sarah Planalp— Orchestra 3 yean, Natknial Honoii
Society, French Qub, SpeU iovA
Johnny Rty—Crou Country Captain 1 year Most
Valuable Player 2 yean. Track Obtain 1 year, Moit
Valuable Player 1 year Best Mental Attitude 2 years.
Most Outstanding Freshman, Varsity Basketball
Chris Reed— Baseball, Swimming
Kelly Rothwcll— Band 3 years
Robert Sheets— Baseball, Qean Team, National
Shawntac Smltb— Tower
Cheryl St. Lawrence— Student Council Vice
President, Band 3 yean. Golden Gals 3 yean
Kevin Starr-Ikxitball, Baseman, Baseball, Vanity
Singers, National Honor Society, Musical. Clean Team,
International Thespian Sodety
Kyana Taylor— Highsteppen, Cheerleader, Band
Darrin Terry— Yearbook, Newspaper
Phung Tran— National Honor Society
Melissa Trotter— Basketball Cheerleader 2 yean
Jason Tucher—Succeu Without Drugs, National
Jennifer Urlch—Cheerleadlng 3 yean, Varsity
Tennis 3 yean. Success Without Drugs, Nadonal Honor
Bobbi Wesncr— Tennis
JancUe White— Highsteppen, DtU Team
Adrlennc Wilson— Varsity Track
Michelle Woodson— National Honor Society
LeReina York— Highsteppen, JROTC Drill Team,
Upward Bound, Center for Leadenhip Development
Heidi Wurster-Editor of HOltopper and Tower,
dean Team, National Honor Society, Honor lUdl, Pen
Almec Zoeller— Vanity Tennis 3 yean Most
Valuable Player 2 yean. Mat Maids 3 yean. Golf Best
Mental Attitude, National Honor Society, E.S.C., 21st
Century Scholar, Hilltopper
Jessica Bell— Softball, Soccer, Student Council,
Tower, Pen Points, Math Chib, Brain Game, Clean Team,
American's Pride. WHOW, Band
Christy Butler-Track, Cheerieader, Band, Jazz Band,
Alpaclno Carson— Baseball
Trisha Doyle— Cheerleader,Highstepper
Monica Edwards— Cheerleader, Tennis 2 yean
Christine Farbei^VoIleyball, Concert Choir, Varsity
Tara Paryna— Volleyball 2 yean. Tennis 2 yean,
Kimbcrly Glenn— Cheerleader
Jeremy Gregorj^— Sage Design
Alicia Hagei^Softban,VoUeyball, Basketball,
Michael H oil cabaugh-BaaebaU, Band
Sophie Hobbs— MathChib
Michael Hobson-J.R.O.T.C, Drill Team
Deslonal Irby— Football
Jack Jackson— Vanity Wrestling 2 yean
Brandl Jone t— Cheerleading, Tennis, Volleyball
LaShanna Johnson— Track
David Keglai^Track, Drill Team, Color Guard, Clean
Jennifer Lake— Vanity Volleyball, Highsteppen
Kristlne Lucat-J.R.O.T.C Color Guard
Kyandra Plttman— Orchestra 2 yean
Deanna Quarlct— HlUtc^per
Raymond Rangel— Basketball, Track
Michelle Stone— Hlghstepper
NIklta Veal— Drill Team, Concert Choir. J.R.O.T.C.
Jackie Walker— Varsity Football Cheerleader. Vanity
Shawn Wat kln»— Highsteppen
Vonlsha Adams— Drill Team
Nova Atwell— Cheerleader
Shaquita Blanchard— Basketball. Track
Tony Bostick— Armed Drill Team
Shawna Bradsha«^— Tennis. Orchestra
Marcia Calbert— Qean Team, Mentor Program.
Michael Cooper— Football, Basketball
Donghia Davis— Track. Tennis
Carrie Daye— Track
Portia Flournoy— Basketball
Jemel Gant— Basketball
Douglas Hall— Track. Chess Qub
Sharon Henry— Tennis
Rochellc Johnson— Softball, Swimming
Terry Johnson— Football
John Jo n«»— Football. Basketi>all, Super Bowl
Shambcrlejr Jones— Softball. Math Qub.
Hlghstepper. Mat Maid. Honor Roll
Melissa Levercna— Cheerleader, Hlghstepper
Johnny Lorick— Basketball
Lesley Mann— Softball
John Parke (^Baseball
David Pblppt— Soccer, Golf
Nicole Power-Basketball, Sofdjall
Robert Reed— Basketball
Marllsa Robinson— Drill Team
Paula Rush— Drill Team
James Simmons— Basked>all. Band
Ktthcrlne S I m»-Soccer, Mat Maids. Track. Math
Justin Sparks— Tennis
Hallndt Torre nee— Hlghstepper
Jamie Wuest^Sbftball, Qean Team
Right; This lust picture of the building was taken
February 1995. The building will now stand alone
and empty and will be missed by many from the past
Above: The Class of 1996 is together for one of its last
Below: The biulding. fioni this \ie\\. mcludes the 1954
and 1963 additions.
. ^'^'^^1^^'^\ ^
The Beginning / The End
THE INDIANAPOLIS STftg. THURSDAY. DECEMBER
Thomai Cut Howe High School opened its
doors in September 1938 with 433 studenu and a
staff of sixteen teachers. The school celebrates iu
birthday on May 28, the day ground was brcken
for the new school in 1937. Tlie school is named
for Thomas Carr Howe, a former president of
Butler University who lived on North Audubon
Road. His fonner home is now a part of the
Irvington Methodist Qiurch.
The original bluepiinu called the schotd
Irvington Hi^ School even though the western
boundary <rf Irvington was Emerson Avenue.
Irvmgton had been annexed to Indianapc^s in
1902, with the promise that a high tchool would
be built to serve the community. The town had
had a school, but it had been destroyed by fire in
the 1890's. Through the flnt part of the twentieth
cottury students from the area attended
Shortridge, Manual, or Tech. In 1930 the schod
board purchased the original 10.9 acre site which
was known in the community as Violet Hill
because at the many wild flowers growing
between Pleasuit Run and the Qmrail tracks.
Other areas considered for the school had been
the southeast comer of Washington Street and
Audubon Road and the old Butler University
campus at Butler and University.
Mn. Louis Bruck, a former president of the
Irvington Union of Qubs and a school board
member, was instrumental in convincing the
schocd board to approve building the school. She
was given the honcx of turning the Hrst q>ade at
earth at the ground breaking in May 1937. Also
present were students from schools 57, 58, 62,
78, 82. aitd 85 schools which would provide
Howe's first students. The cornerstone located on
the east side of the Tower entrance, was laid in
November 1937 and contains the names of the
first students, an American Flag, copies of the
three Indianapolis daily newspapers, the News.
the Star, and Times: a coin, and a Bible .
Qiatles M. Sharp, the Hrst principal, served the
schocd from its opening until his retirement in
1959. He was succeeded by lliomas Stirling,
who retiivd in 1972. Frank Tout followed from
1972 to 1992, Bnice Beck fUled in from 1989-
1990, and Madora Walker became Howe's lut
principal from 1992 to 1995.
There have been four additions to the original
building. In 1940 a cafetetia-gynmasium unit was
added to replace the outgrown gymnasium — ix>w
rooms 227 and 229 — and the overcrowded
cafeteria— now the Distributive Education area,
room 127. The east dassroom wing was added in
1954, and the auditorium-cafeteria wing was
opened in 1963. The stadium was completed in
1966, with classrooms added in 1969. The newest
addition, fiiushed 1975, included a new media
center, a new gymnasium, new career education
laboratories and new offlces. Howe presently is
located on a plot of ground totaling 31.35 acres.
Extensive remodeling within the present building
has also been completed. More than 17,000
students have been graduated from Howe since
the fost graduation exercises in 1941.
Washington, Howe highs will close
■ Key School Is only other casualty of controversial vote
«vat IPS officials say wUl save an esUmated $2.2 mllUon.
Lett The hustory ot Howe has been basically reprinted
trom a previous Hilltopper.
Top Headline: This is what appeared in the newspaper
after the announcement of Howe's closing.
Middle: The building had this appearance before the ad-
dition of the 1954 section.
Above: The aerial view shows only the 1938 building
before additions. The stadium seats, even, were not yet
Farewell-as we pass slowly out of these
doors of the years past, quiedy shutting behind
tis; and we go forth eagerly to open the do(vs to
the future and whatever it may bring.
For when one door is shut— another opens.
Reprinted from ££hj2K. 1963,